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Spondylotic changes
I was just reading my mri report from last July and says mildly exaggarate thoracic kyphosis and lumbar lordosis whith spondylotic changes in the cervical spine, mid thoracic spine and at L5/S1 as described.
No obvious focal lesion in the cord.
The December mri  on my spine said allowing for some artefacts in the lower thoracic cord no obvious focal lesion is seen in the visualized cord.  Spondylotic changes are again demonstrated in the spine which appear essentially unchanges on comparison with the previous study dated 24/07/2007. No other new features.

Can anyone tell me what it means by spondylotic changes, is it indictative of ms????????????????

Thanks guys, Melissa
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This refers to the bony structures in your spine. SpineHealth.com would be a good place to find out exactly what these changes are. Good luck.
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Thank you
I will look that up
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