Central disc protrusion at C5-C6 and right paramedian disc protrusion at C6-C7
I was in a motor vehicle accident on February 12,2003. I have 8 reports and would like to know what I am looking at "long term"
is it bad or good...
Central disc protrusion at C5-C6 indenting the anterior spinal cord. There is also narrowing of the right neural foramen at this level. The right paramedian disc protrusion is seen at C6-C7.
Mild degenerative disease of both knees.
supraspinatus tendinosis with subdeltoid bursitis. No tendon tear.
Bursitis of the right arm with shoulder rotator cuff tendinitis and right trochanteric bursitis. With badly injuried lateral S.I strain
2 fractures to my mandible with Cranio Facial Disorder-Intra Sapsular TMJ Dysfunction- Extra Capsular Myalgia of the orofacial musculature and muscles of mastication-mandibular whiplash
at L5-S1 there is mild degenerative disc disease with a minimal disc bulge. No disc hernaiation or spinal stenosis.Posterior elements are intact..
At L4-5 there is also very mild degenerative disc disease. No disc herniation or spinal stenosis. Posterior elements are intact.
At C5-6 the disc is narrowed and has small anterior and posterior osteoghytes. A similar abnormality at C4-5 is demonstrated to and there are small anterior osteoghytes at C3-4 and C6-7.
-Neuropraxia- Lateralcutaneous nevre.
-wad 11 & limited cervacal rom
-right sacroiliac joint dysfunction
-lower back pain & limited lumbar rom
-lumbar spine dysfunction
I am looking for as much information for my injuries
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