MRI Vertebrae Cervical

MR myelogram:

  1. - Visible indentation level anterior cervical
  2. - Invisible radicular cyst
  3. cervical MRI
  4. - Light Anterolistesis corpus VC.6 against VC.5 (grade 1 meyerding)
  5. - Normal curvature. Lordotik enough.
  6. - Invisible compression or destruction of the corpus.
  7. - Looks osteophytes on the anterior-posterior cervical vertebral body
  8. - Invisible changes in signal intensity of cervical vertebral body
  9. - Regular endplate. There seemed schmorld's nodes
  10. - Looks narrowing of the intervertebral discs VC.5-6
  11. - Looks changes in signal intensity level cervical intervertebral discs become suspicious hipointens a degenerative disc
  12. - At the level VC.3-4; VC.4-5, Looks symetric bulging disc which causes suppression thecal sac. There seemed narrowing of the neural foramen or spinal canal stenosis at that level.
  13. - At the level VC.5-6Looks symetric bulging disc which causes suppression thecal sac. Looks mild narrowing of the left and right of the neural foramen. Looks mild spinal canal stenosis at that level.
  14. - At the level VC.6-7
  15. Looks protrusion posterosentral which causes suppression thecal sac. There seemed narrowing of the neural foramen right and left. There seemed spinal canal stenosis at that level.
  16. - Invisible thickening of the posterior longitudinal ligament
  17. - Invisible facet joint arthrosis as well as facet joint effusion.
  18. - The intensity of the signal of normal cervical spinal cord level.

The findings of MRI Vertebrae cervical:

  1. - Light Anterolistesis corpus VC.6 against VC.5 (grade 1 meyerding)
  2. - Cervical Spondylosis.
  3. - Symmetric VC.3-4 bulging disc; VC.4-5
  4. - Symmetric VC.5-6 bulging disc that causes mild stenosis of the neural foramen left right and mild stenosis of the spinal canal that level
  5. - Protrusion disc VC.6-7 to posterosentral
  6. - Medulla normal cervical spinal level


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