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... I had bone spurring and vertebrae was touching the spinal cord . ... (3 replies)
... A Schmorl's node is seen within the upper anterior L4 endplate. ... (9 replies)
... I am a 37 yo female who is suffering from back pain and spasms for over 2 years from a hot stone massage I received from my boss and other massage therapist. I had a MRI done recently on my thoracic spine without contrast and in the findings it says "There is mild anterior spurring and disc bulging at the T12-L1 disc level." What does this mean? Other then this I am clear... (1 replies)

... there is moderate disc bulge in conjunction with bony spurring across midline and preferential to the right with mild right sided foraminal narrowing. This is new as compared to previous study. ... (0 replies)
... S1 joint space. There are minimal anteriour spurs at L1, L2, L3, and L4. There is also anterior spurring at the visualized D11 and D12. ... (12 replies)
... mild disc desiccation and mild disc hieght loss with minor annular bulge and mild anterior spurring.there is also a tiny right paracentral disc protrusion,better seen on the axial sequences. no stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... mild disc desiccation and mild disc hieght loss with minor annular bulge and mild anterior spurring.there is also a tiny right paracentral disc protrusion,better seen on the axial sequences. no stenosis. ... (4 replies)
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... with associated anterior spurring. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! I get totally confused and baffled by some of the Dr's responses I read to the obvious symp-toms that are put forth to them. :rolleyes: I donít want to demean any one particular doctor but if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck; Guess what? Enough sarcasm. This is a brief history of my journey. 7/2001 - Problem started when I adjusted myself in the... (10 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)
... I've been experiencing leg pain for over two years and finally a few months ago visited a chiro and then a spine specialist. The pain has not gotten worse over the past two years. A dull pain which usually ends at my knee is always present, but when I am standing for more than 5 minutes it starts to become sharper. MRI LUMBAR SPINE L4-L5: There is no disc herniation,... (7 replies)
... mm bulge flattens the cervical cord causing moderate central stenosis. Unicinate joint spurring causes moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
MRI help
May 19, 2016
... Mild posterior bony spurring at both levels of L4, L5, S1 with associated metal artifact. ... (1 replies)
... or edema. Multilevel mild anterior disc endplate spurring. ... (2 replies)
... There is indentation of the anterior thecal sac. ... (6 replies)
Back problems
Sep 18, 2014
... I've been having pain in my lumbar spine since 2006.I had a CT Scan in 2006 that said that I have anterior degenerative spurring at every level from T9 down to L1,moderate diffuse disc bulge at L2-L3,moderate spinal stenosis caused by diffuse disc bulging,facet disease,and buckling of the ligamentum flavum at L3-L4 and L4-L5 and mild disc bulge at L5-S1.This was causing me... (1 replies)
... L4 subarticular disc protrusion with minimal associated end plate spurring potentially irritating the crossing left L4 roots. ... (3 replies)
... level, there is moderate disk space narrowing with dehydration of the disk. Posterior herniation of the disk is seen with anterior subarachnoid space and both neuroforamina. Anterior and posterior vertebral spurring is noted. Enplate reactive change is seen. ... (4 replies)
... I had a discograph a few weeks ago and it came back positive for lumbar spondylosis.Spinal fusion is set for March 26th! This is my updated MIR report below... 1.Advanced disk degeneration 2.Prominent posterior epidural fat(contribute to spinal canal narrowing) 3.Herniated disk through-out spine 4. Facets joint disease 5.Lumbar Spondylosis 6.Vertebral Body Osteophytes... (5 replies)

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