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... demonstrates disc bulging which abuts thecal sac..no nerve root compression. ... (48 replies)
... indentation ventral thecal sac. There is mild foraminal narrowing. ... (8 replies)
... and the cauda equina nerves that extend out of the spinal cord. If this were badly indenting the thecal sac, it could create a narrowing of the spinal canal, which could result in nerve compression...and this would or could be a "big deal" but, good news! ... (1 replies)

... grade central disc bulge which abuts the thecal sac. The nerve roots of the lateral recesses and the exiting nerve roots exit otherwise unremarkably. ... (1 replies)
... C6 has single focal disc osteophyte, effaces the ventral thecal sac, abuts the ventral contour of ghe cord. Some posterior displacement of cord but no cord odema. ... (0 replies)
... based disc bulge which indents thecal sac. ... (4 replies)
... weighted images an enhances with contrast, which may be due to enhancing protrusion or scar, but this does not appear to be a postsurgical level. This abuts the thecal sac but does not cause significant stenosis. There is slight left foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... zone thecal sac stenosis or neural foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... a diffuse, slight disc bulge and tiny right posterolateral and left paracentral annular tears. These casus slight narrowing of both lateral recesses. No thecial sac or nerve root compression is seen. ... (0 replies)
... L5 level there is right lateral small disc protrusion which abuts the right L4 nerve root and mildly narrows the right neural foramina. ... (5 replies)
... L2 disk space. Estimates craniofacial length at 11mm, AP diameter of 4mm and width 6mm. I believe it abuts the conus without convincing deformation or displacement noting the limitation of motion in this region. ... (6 replies)
... There is a small diffuse bulge which effaces the ventral thecal sac. Mild central bony cana stenosis. No significant lateral recess effacement. No significant neuroforaminalnarrowing. ... (1 replies)
... disc herniation and osteophyte formation narrowing of Lft neural foramen and anterolateral thecal sac. This last one scared me because I have read that someone with an osteophyte like mine just bent over and severed his spinal cord and ended up paralyzed. ... (6 replies)
... C7the patient has a left paracentral disc protrusion, which effaces the anterior thecal sac and abuts the cervical cord. It measures approx 4 mm anterior and approx 1 cm left to right. ... (5 replies)
... acentral through far lateral shallow protrusions partially efface ventral CSF. Left ligamentum flavum calcificaion with a minimal extradural mass effect upon the thecal sac. Bilateral moderate foraminal narrowing. Mild facet degenerative degenerative change. ... (1 replies)
... There is broadbased disc bulge which abuts the ventral portion of the thecal sac along with increased signal within the posterior portion of this bulging disc representing partial tear of the annulus fibrosus. ... (0 replies)
... There is broadbased disc bulge which abuts the ventral portion of the thecal sac along with increased signal within the posterior portion of this bulging disc representing partial tear of the annulus fibrosus. ... (10 replies)
... Mild decreased disk height with disk desiccation is noted. A 3mm central disk bulge is noted. The bulging disk indents the ventral aspect of the thecal sac. It abuts but does not compress the emerging L4 nerve roots bilaterally. ... (7 replies)
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... S1 Disc. There is also a moderate sized right paracentral disc protrustion with increased T2 signal compatible with an annular tear. This abuts the exiting right S1 nerve root as it exits the thecal sac. The neuroforamina are patent. Visualized soft tissues are unremarkable. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, diffuse, extrusion, l5-s1, lower back pain, lumbar spine pain, mri report interpretation, nerve compressions, orthopedic, sciatica, surgery option

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