... 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... (9 replies)
... Hello everyone, back again. This time I have MRI results and am hoping someone could shed light on what this means to me. My doc said,"everything's ok, nothing to worry about" left me feeling a little uneasy. Anyway, here it is: 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... (9 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. ... (9 replies)
... What is a 1.5 cm grade 2 anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. L5 pars articularis defect. ... (9 replies)
... L.5 Mild grade degenerative anterolisthesis of L.4 in relation to L.5 without spondylolysis. ... (4 replies)
... s taken me 2 wks. to actually post something. ... (21 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)
... 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)