... Intraosseous hemangioma is a rare benign bone tumor. Disc desiccation is a dry disc. annular-tear (or fissure) represents a degenerative or traumatic change in an interveterbral disc. I'm not sure what the rest means or if it's good or bad. It doesn't seem too bad. (1 replies)
... I imagine you will be told your MRI results are good...very little "wrong". despite several long sentences with terms that sound scary! ... (2 replies)
... Lumbar spine MRI
L2/3: Annular disc bulge with posterocentral annular tear; borderline to mild localized central spinal canal stenosis.
At the L2/3 level, moderate diffuse annular disc bulge is identified
with posterocentral high T2 annular signal consistent with annular tear. (14 replies)
... I was in an accident over 20 years ago, broke my femur and needed 5 surgeries to fix it but I had no spine/neck injuries from it..my lumbar spine is all messed up also...annular tear, buldging discs, spurs etc...I do not know why my back is degenerating this way at barely 46 years old.. (14 replies)
... Could someone PLEASE interpret These findings into more layman-like terms.
This is very important because I need to be able to make an informed decision on whether or not to have surgery to correct the issues shown in the MRI's.
thank you to anyone who can help.
**This is the first MRI Report:**
MRI Spine Cervical WO: 7/5/2016 10:06 PM (3 replies)
... g process begins as early as our twenties. The disc is comprised of a tough outer ring and a center nucleus. Due to the effects of gravity and all the wear and tear we put our backs through, discs tend to show some signs of deterioration...the walls of the disc can bulge... ... (2 replies)
... ion. It does say mild and it's eccentric to the left. There is also narrowing and a bulging disk that my first Doctor didn't even tell me about. I read it on the MRI report. My new Doctor has said I have two places of concern. The only way I can describe this pain is the feeling of being in back labor! ... (4 replies)
... pain free is lay down, takes awhile to stop throbbing and burning, it is worse than the pain before surgery, at least I could tolerate sitting for work. I had an MRI last week, go see my surgeon Monday.... I got a copy if the MRI CD and the findings report. ... (5 replies)
... I'm assuming this was on an MRI report of your lower back? ... (9 replies)
... aces and they all said different thing. Could be muscle.. Could be ur spine.. So i got an mri. I have a minimal disk bulge somewher that i can't remember, and an annular tear in the l4 l5 region. Physical therapy hasn't worked and has just made it worse. None of the medicines ive been given have helped one bit. ... (5 replies)
... Really looking for any and all advice from fellow sufferers with annular tears. ... (6 replies)
... i have an circumferential annular tear at L4 L5. i done it 4 years ago lifting a heavy dog at work as a veterinary nurse. iv had 3 lots of epidurals, facet joint injections and a ganglion nerve block. ... (1 replies)
... l this time I had been thinking that the pain over the Posterior Superior Iliac Spine was from the SI joint problem, but the spine surgeon told me that pain from annular tear can radiate out to the PSIS. Has anyone ever had this happen? ... (4 replies)
... mm disc protrusion posterior with associated annular tear.. My left leg and buttocks burns almost all the time... My low back burns and aches but nothing like the rest... ... (1 replies)
... I am going to see my dr. next week about the MRI results so is there anything I should ask him to further educate myself. ... (1 replies)
... I am confused whether my source of pain is SI joint or Annular tear in my disc? ... (9 replies)
... Hi all,
I am 29 years old and have been diagnosed (MRI) with a circumferential annular tear in L5/S1. I do not have sciatica but i do have considerable discogenic pain due to the fissure. Doctor asked me to try PT but 2 days into the PT, i think my pain has worsened.
So my common sense and imagination kicks in and tries to reason out if PT, rather than helping, is... (2 replies)
... SI annular tear. ... (2 replies)
... So I need all the help and advice I can get to prepare me for my next doctor visit. I am a 28 year old female and just received this mri report and I'm not sure where to go from here or what to expect so I appreciate ANY advice thank you.... ... (4 replies)
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