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... L5 level impinging the existing L4 nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I had 2 annular tears in 06 saw a pain mgt specialist. He is wonderful. ... (21 replies)
... If you have the opportunity, you might also want to get an evaluation by an orthopedic spine surgeon. Their fellowship training is almost identical to that of the neurosurgeon's but they sometimes have a slightly different approach. ... (22 replies)

... the part of the herniation that has broken off. Some annular tears heal, but it's a slow process. The best hope for the detached disc fragment that is that it gets absorbed by the body. On top of the large extrusion you have, this sequestration is a problem, even though small. ... (2 replies)
... I am asking as a fusion for annular tears and no sciatica, especially getting a FUSION is a large large step. ... (2 replies)
... S1 discs have incurred annular tears which resulted in the necleus pulposus to leak out. ... (2 replies)
... onse. I am new to message boards! Just looking for some insight to my issues. I am not sure I am responding to your reply correctly. My first MRI was in March of 06 2 weeks after my fall... ... (9 replies)
... your annular tears could be caused from the fall, or the DDD. The DDD is an unhealthy disc and the the fall could have then set it off. I doubt you will ever know where the chicken came before the egg on this one or not. ... (9 replies)
... S1 causing mild impression on the thecal sac and slight impression on the right S1 nerve root. Just to give a little history...I had a bad fall back in March of 06 where I fractured my sacrum and wrist and have had back problems ever since. ... (9 replies)
... You heard of a discogram or something were they shoot in the dye in the disc to try and reproduce the pain, well the my pain mngmnt doc said that they would rap a wire aroujnd the disc and burn it to make it hard. ... (3 replies)
... was leaking out of the disc. ... (4 replies)
... t it is difficult to know whether these issues are the pain generators, or whether these are new problems. You would need to compare previous MRIs to see if the annular tears were present earlier. ... (3 replies)
... L5. There are several types of annular tears. This is not enough information to be able to tell what is going on. ... (4 replies)
Lumbar disc pain
Jan 13, 2014
... I'm a 34 year old former collegiate basketball player. My senior year of college I had a low back pain episode that had me sidelined for a month. MRI was inconclusive and I was able to return to my sport. ... (0 replies)
... in a word, yes. A large rupture can heal...but I'm sure it is dependent on a number of things. ... (7 replies)
... while resting, I actually felt a very small amount of urine slowly coming out, whereas before I couldn't feel the trickling or dribble. ... (12 replies)
... The L4-5 and L5-S1 are biforaminal annular tears with a broad-based disc displacement at the L4-5 level and shallow disc displacement at L4-5,my symptoms are severe pain,like so intense a freakin navy seal couldn't tolerate,if I try to do silly things like standbup straight for more than 10 min,walk more than 40 ft,bend to load the dishwasher,a trip to Wal-Mart for 5... (11 replies)
... S1 without evidence of neural foraminal narrowing or stenosis and that there appears to be slight bulging of the discs with annular tears. ... (3 replies)
... ill waiting for a call back from the neuro, but in the mean time I had the PM docs office fax me over the discogram report. The symptoms and pain I'm having sort of make sense now. ... (42 replies)
... There is evidence of mild, moderate and sever degenrative disc disease and spondylosis respectively L3 through S1. ... (0 replies)

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