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Could someone help translate my MRI!!!

At C2-3 the disc is normal
At C3-4 there is a small central disc spur minimally indenting adressed the thecal sac there is no significant central or foraminal enroachment.Mild bilateral uncovertebral spurs.
At C4-5 there is a small disc spur complex small left uncovertebralspurs with mild left foraminal enroachment without significant central stenosis or right sided disease.
At C5-6 is a prominent right sided disc for convex and right uncovertebral spurs.This significantly indents anterior aspect thecal sac particularly on the right cause moderate central stenosis and perhaps a mild degree of cord compression on the right. The neural foramina are mildly narrowed.
At C6-7 there is a prominent disc spur complex asymmetric more prominent on the right. Postoperative changes from a right key hole laminectomy.The disc spur complex may be minimally more prominent in seen previously.There is moderate central stenosis without clear cord compression.
At C7-T1 the disc is unremarkable.
IMPRESSION:Postoperative changes on the right at C6-7 from key hole laminectomy.Degenerative spine disease at C5-6 and C6-7. There may be a modest degree of cord compression anteriorly on the right at C5-6. If furtherimaging changes patients management, a myelogram could be contemplated
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