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... S1 disc 3 years ago. I was also told I needed to have surgery as nothing else would fix it. ... (4 replies)
... hi there, i had suffered a spinal injury years ago and as a result ended up with ten damaged disc's in my spine, cervical disc's 4 thorasic disc's 3 lumber disc's 3. I was given the option of surgury and refused as once they fuse your disc's you are stuck with them for life. my friend has her L3,4 and 5 fused and 7 years down the track she spend at least one week or more in... (7 replies)
... I'm 45 and have lived with back pain most of my adult life. About 15 years ago I was first diagnosed with degenerative disc disease. I had several physical therapy sessions before my left calf muscle became virtually useless. ... (7 replies)

... There are large pars defects at L5 bilaterally without marrow edema, consistent with nonacute pars defects. There is 14 mm of spondylolisthesis with anterior slippage of L5 upon S1. ... (8 replies)
... There are large pars defects at L5 bilaterally without marrow edema, consistent with nonacute pars defects. There is 14 mm of spondylolisthesis with anterior slippage of L5 upon S1. ... (0 replies)
... S1 and some other degenerations and disc bulges at the others levels. ... (9 replies)
... AP dimension in the midline at the level of the superior endplate of S1. Foraminal stenosis is seen on the left side at this level with impingement upon the left L5 nerve root in the foramen. ... (5 replies)
Help :(
Aug 30, 2010
... you have a bulging disc. ... (3 replies)
... S1 there is as grade I anterolisthesis measureing approximately 7 mm. This is related to severe facet joint arthropathy. There is associated posterior disc bulging. Extensive degenerative endplate marrow change is seen. There are also scattered Schmorl's nodes. No paraspinal masses are seen. ... (0 replies)
... level there is a central to left disc protrusion which is shallow, 2 to 3 MM. ... (1 replies)
MRI Help
Apr 4, 2013
... I need help understanding my current MRI findings on my cervical area, but would like to include my previous MRI in Feb 2011 and followed by c5?c6 cervical fusion. Impressions feb 11, 2011 1. Disc extrusion at C5/C6 causing severe spinal stenosis and cord flattening with myelomalacia and moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. Signal occupying 2/3rds of the spinal cord. 2.... (7 replies)
Lots of pain
Aug 7, 2008
... ime useing this type of health bord forums if anybody can put this in laimans terms and help me understand what happend to me . i got in a mortorcycle acc. about 7 years ago and now i think it's come back to hount me now. ... (0 replies)
... The IDET wasn't too bad actually. They figure about an hour for each disc so I was on my belly for 4 hours. One of the worst things was the doc kept leaning on my back! ... (3 replies)


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