What does "mild neural foraminal narrowing" mean?

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Mild left neural foraminal narrowing is a narrowing of the opening through the spinal cord that the nerves pass through. Common symptoms of mild neural foraminal narrowing are weakness, pain, numbness and tingling. There are highly successful minimally invasive procedures to treat mild neural foraminal narrowing.
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