... Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 measuring approximately 7 mm. Resulting unroofing of a disc bulge. This is asymmetrically enlarged in the right subarticular and foraminal regions. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, My name is Bob. I have had 4 back surgeries. The last two were fusion. I am now fused from S1-L3. My last surgery was on 3/26/13 and I am know having pain in my back and down my legs again. I had to go to a different surgeon recently, because the surgeon that did my last surgery left the hospital that my insurance covers. He had me go for a CT scan and when he got the... (10 replies)
... This means that the L5 vertebrae is slipping off the sacrum. The slippage is rated by percents. Grace 1 is 0-25%, Grade 2 is 26-50% and so on. So your slippage is somewhere between 26% and 50%.
I have this and am having a spinal fusion surgery to fix it on April 7th. Surgery may be indicated if it is causing a lot of pain and conservative treatments such as physical... (1 replies)
... what does grade 2 anterolisthesis mean (3 replies)
... I have grade 2 spondy at L5/S1 and it is most definitely in my lower back...my MRI clearly shows the L5 vertebra hanging over the edge of my S1. I often do get some hip pain from time to time, which I'm sure is a result of the vertebral slippage. (1 replies)
... I was recently told that I have Grade 2 spondylolisthesis with bilateral spondylolysis. I was told it is in my hips but everything I read on the subject refers to the spine. ... (1 replies)
... What on earth type of doctor told you everything is fine?? Are you in pain?
1. grade II anterolisthesis at L5-S1. 2. L4-L5 mild right and moderate left neural foraminal narrowing secondary to 2-3 mm posterior disc bulge and facet joint hypertrophy. Bilateral exiting nerve root compromise is seen. 3. L5-S1 Bilateral pars defects are seen. Severe bilateral neural foraminal... (10 replies)
... You have what is called a spondylolisthesis. This is a situation where one vertebra slides over the top of the adjacent vertebra. Anterolisthesis refers to the direction in which it slips, which is toward the front as opposed to a retrolisthesis which slips to the back side. ... (10 replies)
... What is a 1.5 cm grade 2 anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. L5 pars articularis defect. ... (10 replies)
... S1 8mm grade 2 anterolisthesis with bilateral stenosis and pars defects. ... (11 replies)
... Your first post said "i"m 54 years old and my surgeon recommend a pedical screw procedure for a belateral L4 fracures grade 2/10 mm of anterolisthesis of L4 and L5 also severe bilateral L4-5 foraminal stenosis i really scared being my first back surgery , but feel the pain has gotten to a point where i should have it i like to hear from some people who had good results from... (1 replies)
... i"m 54 years old and my surgeon recommend a pedical screw procedure for a belateral L4 fracures grade 2/10 mm of anterolisthesis of L4 and L5 also severe bilateral L4-5 foraminal stenosis i really scared being my first back surgery , but feel the pain has gotten to a point where i should have it i like to hear from some people who had good results from this procedure it seem... (0 replies)
... There is grade 2 anterolisthesis measuring 1 cm secondary to spondylolysis. There is severe bilateral neural foraminal narrowing with no central stenosis. There is disc bulging. ... (0 replies)
... Please can anyone give me some advice. I have been diagnosed with spondylolysis Grade 2 anterolisthesis of L5 over S1. ... (5 replies)
... I have been diaginosed with grade 2 anterolisthesis. I have been to many doctors and up now they have not been able to help me. Today I have an appointment with a orthepedic doctor. ... (2 replies)
... What does this Mean (1 replies)
... I had spondy and thats why I had to have a fusion. (3 replies)
... antero means forward, and lithesis is slippage. so it's when one vertebre slips forward over another. It's also referred to as spondylolithesis. I was diagnosed with the same.
Not a fun thing. (3 replies)
... Hi, I am not 100% positive, but I think it means some sort of slippage of one vertebrae over another. Hopefully someone who knows about this will reply to you. (3 replies)
... I did gymnastics all growing up from 4th grade to 12th grade...I loved it. But I think thats what did me in and caused the pelvic tension which eventually affected my nerves. ... (6 replies)