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Prominent Fluid On Endo Cervical Canal
50yroldw/ 1x2 CM pineal cyst, small cervical syrinx and expanding t-spine central canal w/ symptomatic perineural cysts. Congenital?
2003 MRI showed focal dilatation central spinal canal within cord t7-t10. 2012 MRI shows prominent central canal T4 down thru t-10. Is it changed?
Postero central and paracentral disc protrusion at l5 s1 level causing thecal indentation encroachment upon bilateral canal with compression on bilateral trarvesing compression s1 nerve roots this is written on my mri scan, doctor has recommended me disct
Comments: Not sure what your question is, but in most cases, would handle this conservatively, if you are not progressively losing strength and muscle bulk, with intolerable pain. These disks can desiccate and shrink if you can wait 9-10 months, and avoid surgery. An EMG test can objectify extent of nerve damage at this point. ...Read more
My lower lumbar MRI spine without contrast says on the impression part. 1. Straightening of the normal lumbar lordosis. 2. L5-S1 diffuse disc bulging with endplate osteophytes abutting the dural sac in the central canal and bilateral L5 nerve roots in the
What means? Uterus is normal, 2-3 small nabothian cyst on CX, Minimum fluid seen in cervical canal, both ovaries increased stroma and small follicles.
Break it down: The uterus or womb is normal. This means not enlarged and no mass or tumor. A nebothian cyst are small like zits on the surface of the cervix. They are very common and do not represent a disease process to be worried about. Increase in stroma means more than average tissue holding the ovaries together and small follicles is a way of saying that there are no large ovarian cysts present. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Just found it I have a 1.3cm fibroid intramural within posterior fundus. Also nabothian cyst, fluid in endocervical canal.. input please?
Observe: Nothing to panic. Observe and follow with PMD. ...Read more
10 ft fall,herniated disc c5-c6 impinges significantly on the thecal sac, the cervical cord and nerve root, waiting on dr, advise, what will come?
Mri results said i had a large disc protrusion impinging on L5 nerve, and deformity of spinal canal/sacral nerve roots. Surgery? The report says: large 7mm posterior disc protrusion(l4-l5 disc)measuring up to 13mm in width. It is obliterating the right la
Right : Right l4-5 disk herniation can be treated with rest, physical therapy, medications, steroid injections and surgery. Surgery is a good treatment if the disk is causing right leg pain and you have failed other conservative treatments i mentioned. Today disk surgery can be done extremely minimally invasive through the spine endoscope. Please see my health guide on lumbar disk herniations. Good luck! ...Read more
I had an MRI - says L4-L5- Disc buldge with superimposed central disc protusion. Severe spinal canal stenosis with compression of the thecal sac with bilateral neurofarminal narrowing. A chair broke and I collapsed on back. ?
Pinched nerve: Spinal stenosis is one way to say you have a narrowing or "pinching" of your nerve canal, in your case it is severe. The cause of the pinching is at least in part from a disc protruding into the nerve canal (herniated disc) which could potentially have occurred in the injury on the chair. I would not hesitate to be seen, many good treatment options available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trying to understand MRI results of severe central canal and bilateral foramnal stenosisat L3-L4 and L2-L3 with compression of caudal nerve roots?
HNP &/or bony spurs: Central spinal canal stenosis and/or neural foramina stenosis is usually due to disc herniation or bulge, degenerative bony hypertrophic changes, congenital spinal stenosis or any combination of these factors. Trauma and Tumors would be special cases. You do not say what is producing the encroachment. Bony changes come with age, wear and tear. Disc disease can occur at any age. ...Read more
Is it uncommon to have an arachnoid cyst in the spinal canal in c-spine region?It's behind the spinal cord pushing it up,have congenitally small canal
It's: NOT COMMON but is seen in the entire slinal canal from the neck to lower back. It can be drained by an INTERVENTIONAL Radiologist and may or may not resolve permanently. A neurosurgical consultation is probably your next step.... Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Cyst&tooth#3 removed,maybe old root canal caused,ate thru nasal cavity bone.CT says maxillary retention cyst now,2 weeks ago 3Dxray showed nothing?
Mri showed branch of artery prolapsing into left ear canal with minimal effect on 7th & 8th cranial nerves .can this cause fluid in ear?
My thoracic MRI shows protruding disc impinging and flattening the left ventral cord with diffuse spinal atrophy from T4 - t9. I have upper-mid back pain, cannot sit. What does MRI indicate?
Back Pain: This sounds like a herniated disc and/or degenerative disc disease which can cause severe back pain especially while sitting. This is more common in the lumbar spine but can be present anywhere in the spine. You should definitely have your MRI looked at by a spine specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
US shows bilateral cysts (1.4 & 1.8cm). Normally have midcycle pain on one side, but I'm having pain on both sides. IUD placed 8/18 and is in endocerv. canal, internal os & distal endomet stripe. What's the most likely cause of my pain? LMP 8/11.
Post meno bleeding trans ultra showed uterine fibroid slightly larger minimal fluid in endometrial canal rt overy non shadowing focus pos vessel? Ok?
Wife's Mri of spine shows C2 C3 demonstrate T1 T2 bright signal along right lower aspect disc space. L3 small vertebral hemangimo. Minor facet hypertrophy at L4 L5 encroaching on the foramina. PLEASE explain these findings. Thank you Drs.
Some findings OK: In general, small hemangiomas in vertebral bodies are not clinically significant, sort of like fingerprints. Narrowed foramina from arthritis in the facets can be symptomatic and treated conservatively with anti inflammatories, steroid injections or rarely (sometimes micro) surgery. Disc lesions with T1 and T2 abnormalities need to be seen to opine on. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
MRI states: T2 hyperintensity with Semicircular Canal. What does this mean? I had 2 surgeries on my Semicircular Canal
Pelvic MRI shows small cystic structure with adjacent second small contiguous cysts & small amount of free peritoneal fluid at culdesac. What is this?
Follow up with docto: Who ordered test could be an asmptomatic incidental finding needs clinical correlation with symptoms what they are now are words on a page without clinical corelation ...Read more
My current MRI of cervical spine shows reactive endplate changes and large central disc extrusion at c3/c4 indenting on spinal cord. Should I Worry?
Herniated disc: Not to worry but you should visit a neurosurgeon in the next week for evaluation and treatment. Hand tingling and weakness is a sign of cord compression. Do not do repetitive lifting and bending (housework/yardwork) until a neurosurgeon sees you because the weakness and numbness could worsen with these activities. Avoid contact sports or jarring exercises (running) too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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