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... Surgery is always the last resort. If you feel that you're not getting anywhere with the results, it is your right to make a request to the PM or whomever is giving you the injections that you get a referral to a spinal surgeon for an exact yes or no answer of you being a candidate to surgery. I'm a year and a half in on my issues with the sciatic nerve and fissure tear on... (2 replies)
... Hi, I have just had the results from MRI scan: moderate degenrative disc disease L 4 - 5, annular tear L 4 -5 and posterior protrusion L 4 - L 5. What does all this mean and do I require an operation. prior to MRI scan, I have been having facet joint injections twice a year for 2 years now - Takes edge of pain for a few weeks. I look foward to hearing from you. :wave: (2 replies)
Disc protrusion
Feb 7, 2015
... Hey I'm a 17 year old football player, I got hurt in September with a hip flexor injury, over a couple of weeks my back started hurting. I played the rest of the season with the injury and than recently on January 26 I got my MRI rersults that I have a Left Central Disc protrusion at L4-5 which results in moderate central stenosis & I have a Broad Central Disc protrusion and... (3 replies)

... Really looking for any and all advice from fellow sufferers with annular tears. ... (6 replies)
... mm disc protrusion posterior with associated annular tear.. My left leg and buttocks burns almost all the time... My low back burns and aches but nothing like the rest... ... (1 replies)
... My recent mri report says: I have 5 cervical disc bulges and 3 lumbar disc bulges plus one disc protrusion at L1-L2 and L5-S1 I have an annular tear and disc dessication the report also said that i have mild multileval discogenic degenerative changes which according to google is that my discs are degenerating :eek: So I need all the help and advice I can get to... (4 replies)
... there is a small right posterior annular tear with an associated small right paracentral disc protrusion. ... (0 replies)
... Hi All, I have a small annular tear and protrusion of the L4/L5 S1. It occurred in early May, likely as a result of running a 100k race. I had the same injury in April-May 2016 and healed with PT and total rest. This time around, I stopped running completely 5 weeks ago. I am still going to the gym 5 days a weeks where I am working with a coach on Olympic... (5 replies)
... C4 central disc protrusion and annular disc tear with disc approaching the spinal cord. Broad disc bulging and mild end plate spurring are superimposed. ... (0 replies)
... extrusion. This finding tear measures about 3 millimeters in length. ... (3 replies)
... disc level suggesting annular tear. ... (0 replies)
... Mild disc space narrowing and desiccation. ... (7 replies)
... Annular tear right lateral with associated focal disc protrusion appx. ... (16 replies)
... you have a bulging disc with an annular tear that has light contact with the L4 nerve. Annular tear is a tear in the disc that allows the contents to drip or ooze out and that can irritate the nerves. ... (3 replies)
... I'm really concerned about the disc degeneration since I'm only 26..... ... (3 replies)
... demonstrates disc bulging which abuts thecal nerve root compression. ... (48 replies)
... I just picked up the reports of mri of lower lumber to take to new doc.. it says i have mild degenerative changes in the mid to lower lumbar spine and posterior annular tear.. and disc protrusion on left side... My question is that i was wondering if a buldging disc can cause severe pain down both legs and hip area.. ... (4 replies)
Tear ?
Dec 21, 2004
... Grade V Posterior Annular Tear. No significant Disc protursion although there is a disc bulge. Patient had concordant back pain with injection. ... (10 replies)
Annular tears
Aug 11, 2004
... The intervertebral disc is composed of an outer capsule, the annulus fibrosis, which surrounds the inner nucleus pulposus. A tear of this capsule, called an annular tear, allows the nucleus pulposus to escape, in some cases producing a visible bulge. This can usually be seen on the MRI with careful inspection. ... (3 replies)
... L5. Probably caused by dural tear on L4 and difficulty to secure the L4 pedicle screw. ... (30 replies)

Associated Tags: annular tear, cervical, nerve damage, pain management, thoracic

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