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I am confused!!
May 19, 2010
... During certain type of degenerative disc disease, nuclear materials from annulus can create sterile inflammation because of chemical imbalance and difference of annulus, nucleus and nerve root. ... (18 replies)
... oderate posterior midline disc bulging and minimal osteophyte formation. Disc osteophyte complex effaces anteriorsubarachnoid space and impinges upon the cordand causes minimal compression of the anterior midline of the cord, No foraminal stenosis or nerve root compression at this level. ... (4 replies)
Please Help!
Sep 16, 2002
... nd then I get those pops in my lumbar area too. My PT says as long as it isn't painful, it's ok. It's usually the tendon and the disc 'passing' each other that causes the noise. I hope it isn't too horrible for you. Glad to have you here! ... (3 replies)

... Arachnoiditis is a very painful condition that causes spinal nerve clumping and is an inflammation of the arachnoid space in the central canal. ... (5 replies)
... L5 which also has a tear through the annulus of the disc on the left rear or posterior side. ... (1 replies)
... One of the most common causes of nerve irritation or compression in the spine is stenosis. Briefly, this is a narrowing of a passage that contains spinal nerves. ... (3 replies)
... ore common to hold pain in the shoulders and neck. Lower back pain is more commonly caused from slumping while sitting and poor posture in general, or the usual causes like lifting wrong, lifting something too heavy, carrying something improperly, etc. ... (10 replies)
... one doc that does nerve radio frequency neuroablation say i should have this procedure but did not even explain my mri nearly as as you did which males me wonder if he is pushing his product and wont treat the entire problem wil burning the facet joint nerve solve my pain? thanks for your help (2 replies)
... Your report indicates a stenosis, which often results in nerve compression that causes that type of pain. ... (2 replies)
Annular tears
Mar 10, 2012
... If you do have an annular tear in the disc between the lumbar 3 and lumbar 4 vertebrae, it is a problem that originates in your lumbar spine. ... (4 replies)
... sided disk protrusion, which abuts the cord and causes slight indention of the cord. Minimal left foraminal narrowing due to uncovertebral spurring is present. ... (3 replies)
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... Nerves to the disc space only penetrate into the very outer portion of the annulus fibrosus. ... (7 replies)
Post-IDET Report
Nov 25, 2003
... isc will lose its hydration and, thus, harden by about age 50. So this is why it is rare for someone older than 50 to suffer a herniation. But the changes to the annulus and endplates that people with DDD have are not part of the normal degenerative process. ... (117 replies)
Need help please
Nov 24, 2003
... Disc bulge is due to radial tears in the annulus allowing disc material to increase the disc volume either centrally or laterally, depending on the area that has accumulated the most radial tears. ... (2 replies)
... and causes continuing leg and posterior thigh pain. This is called Central Disc Syndrome. Even still, this often gets better with exercise and medications. ... (1 replies)
... Degenerative disc disease refers to a syndrome in which a painful disc causes chronic low back pain. ... (13 replies)
... a combination of both. When soft disc materials of the nucleus pulposus herniates out through a tear of the annulus fibrosus, it is called "soft disc herniation" because the herniated disc material is soft in its consistency. ... (8 replies)
... I've only learned a little bit about tears in the annulus of a disc, but here goes... The disc between two vertebrae is like a jelly donut. ... (18 replies)
... S1 Small posterior disc protrusion with an associated tear of the annulus fibrosis. Mild hypertrophy of the facet joints. Neural foramina were patent. ... (4 replies)




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