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... Loss of signal, large right sided disc herniation, mildly impinging thecal sac and showing cephalad migration. this is large enough to result in impingement of both L5 and S1 nerve roots on the right and mild right central stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... There is an anatomic alignment of the lumbar vertebral bodies. Superior end plate Schmorl's node formation at the T12 and L1 levels are appreciated. ... (1 replies)
Ventral Cord
Dec 14, 2009
... Hi. Thanks for getting back to me. I've been having problems with the sides and back of neck. My shoulders and sometimes my left arm feels heavy and I get some electrical shock feelings in my fingers. ... (2 replies)

MRI help...
Mar 28, 2011
... Pars interarticularis fracture is present in the left aspect of the L5 vertebra. No subluxation. Intervetebral disc space heights are normal. ... (3 replies)
... After all my Medical records were lost in the mail a long time ago, I now always get copies of any and all medical records, lab results, etc. I toss them in a box I started back then and just let them accumulate. ... (4 replies)
... Full sacralization of the l-5 and s-1 to my understanding is due to Trama to the spine or impact basically it's the end of the spine its shaped like a triangle between your hips its a abnormal fusion of the vertebre I also have full sacralization I know there is unilateral and bilateral I have 2 bulged disc's at those points with full sacralization exact quote from the dr... (4 replies)
... the only thing I have found to relieve it is to press a massage pillow against the left tailbone. ... (4 replies)
... L5 vertebral bodies are visualized in anatomic alignment without evidence of fracture or dislocation. The vertebral body heights and signal characteristics appear within normal limits. ... (12 replies)
... L5 vertebral bodies are visualized in anatomic alignment without evidence of fracture or dislocation. The vertebral body heights and signal characteristics appear within normal limits. ... (4 replies)




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