What is moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis?

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Moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal column. This causes pressure on the spinal cord pushing the spinal nerves away from the column. This is caused when the disks in a persons spinal column become dry and brittle and start to shrink.
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