Recieved MRI Report of My Cerical Spine...Could use help interpreting it...
1. Multilevel Degenerative Disc Disease and Uncovertebral and Facet Hypertrophy as Delineated Level by Level Above.
2. At C4-5, In the setting of the Diffuse Disc Buldging, there is a Right Posterior Paracentral Disc Protrusion Mildly
Impressing The Cord without Alteration in Cord Signal to Suggest Compressive Myelopathy.
3. There is a Diffuse Disc Bulding at C3-4, C5-6 & C6-7 Most Significantly...
Any help understanding this would be Greatly appreciated....Didn't want to Write the full report so just did the Impression...Thanks
The report describes:
1. Degenerative intervertebral disc disease present at multiple vertebral levels.
2. At C4/ C5 there is an intervertebral disc protrusion causing mild impression on the spinal cord.
3. There are diffuse intervertebral disc buldges at C3/ C4, C5/ C6 & C6/ C7 levels.
Hope this is helpful.
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