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... ntually begin to lose moisture. As they flatten, the bones of the spine come together more closely, and when this happens to a greater extent, the spinal nerves at that level can get pinched. As the disc flattens, the bones can become unstable. ... (12 replies)
... Ross, You and I are very similar. My Harrington rod is still in though. I had a fusion 22 years ago for scolios, I was 23. Had great results from my harrington rod. The body cast was fun back then, huh? Anyway I was fused from T5 to T12. I developed "flatback" too. I also had hyperlordosis in the lumbar area and minor spondylolisthesis, and a disc bulge at L4/5. I started... (5 replies)
... Uncovertebral hypertrophy. Posterior disc osteophyte. ... (0 replies)

... Multilevel degenerative disc disease. ... (7 replies)
Mid Back Pain
Dec 5, 2012
... T12 vertebrae with kyphotic misalignment in the sagittal section,most likely due to injury.The pain is constant with burning at times.Also sporadic numbness in my feet and hands in the morning.Would love any input from anyone experiencing same symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... T12 for quite some time. It is noted as still being there, but the report does not mention the size of it or any issues that the bulge is causing. ... (6 replies)
... inflammatories, and a series of steroid epidural the T12 and S1 levels. ... (2 replies)
... L5 and L5 s1 levels, the axial sequences reveal that at t11 t12 level there is a posterior disc protusion to the left of the midline this is likely to be impinging on the left t12 nerve roots in the lateral recess. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks so much for posting! Yep, that's what I thought. Oh well, at least it answers why I have a stabbing pain in the middle of my back. Lol, if it's not one thing, it's another! ... (2 replies)
... I have suffered with R sided LBP since August 2011. The pain originates at my iliac crest and radiates down my buttocks. Recently I have noticed pain as far down as the lateral aspect of my ankle and foot. ... (2 replies)
... of the disc. When discussing a disc bulge, I like to picture a water balloon. When you push on one side of a water balloon, it will bulge on the opposite side. ... (1 replies)
... the thoracic bulge doesnt appear to cause this either according to ehat the radiologist says.. ... (7 replies)
... T12 which reaches the ventral suface of the thecal sac but does not displace the cord itself. Both of these disc protrusions are just to the righ of the midline. ... (7 replies)
... ms. A MRI by itself can be misleading...sometimes something that appears to be very inconsequential can actually cause a great deal of pain. Conversely, a huge disc bulge that looks horrid can be asymptomatic... ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I think it is possible given where the level of your disc bulge is located, at T11-T12. (5 replies)
... Could someone who is more knowledgeable about reading MRIs and has been through treatment options help me out please?? (3 replies)
... I had an MRI due to severe back pain and having trouble understanding the results. What does this all mean?? Facet degenerative changes and ligamentum flavum thickening at L1-L2 and L2-L3 levels At T11-T12 and T12-L1 level, there is broad based osteophyte complexes causing deformity of thecal sac at these levels Circumferential disc bulge with superimposed left... (3 replies)
... Jennybyc has generously offered to help translate my MRI results, so here goes. Of course, all comments are much appreciated. Some of you are probably tired of reading about my danged MRIs. I kinda sorta get what the doctors have said, but I'm totally unclear as to what they mean about the future/prognoses. Are these conditions likely to get worse? Am I doing things to... (7 replies)
... L5 disc bulge causes mild ventral impression on the thecal sac and mild to moderate inferior left and mild inferior right foraminal narrowing. ... (9 replies)
... Disc degeneration diffusely involves the entire lumbar spine. A subligamentous focal midline disc bulge at l1 l2 level with mild severity anterior spinal narrowing is identified as well. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, degenerative disc disease, disc protrusion, lower back pain, mri help, mri report interpretation, thecal sac, thoracic cord compression

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