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... Hello all, I posted a question about getting my MRI report rewrote into english for me to understand, that great members of this forum have done, and thankyou. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, I would like to say that you have a great site here and a great bunch of members doing a fantastic job. This is my first post and I was attracted to this site due to how friendly and helpful people on here are. ... (11 replies)
... Hoping someone can shed some light on my MRI results as I do not go back to the nero until the 19th. I have had a long history of lumbar pain and conservative treatments last was epidural 2nd one in a round of two started in may went in AUG for a second one and worked for a week. ... (12 replies)

Disk Bulge
May 24, 2009
... Streightening od normal lumber lordotic curvature. There is a mild retrolisthesis of L5 on S1 vertebral body. The vertebrae are otherwise normal in size, shape, alignment and singal intensity. No osseous destruction is seen. ... (12 replies)
... nerve root within the neural foramen. ... (11 replies)
... There are postoperative changes from right laminotomy, including enhancing scar tissue in the right epidural space and posterior paraspinal soft tissue. The scar tissue in the right lateral recess surrounds the descending right L5 nerve root. ... (4 replies)
... correlation for right L3 radicular symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... s1 levels showing decrease in height and water content. In addition there is some high signal in the posterior aspects of the discs suggestive of annual tears. ... (2 replies)
... when i get up from laying down and stand on my feet, I have to put light pressure on my right foot till the pain goes away then I can walk away. It takes about 45 seconds , its like you feel the pain in the disk. how wil l this heal? ... (1 replies)
... d my lower back hurt again but more servere than normal. hurt to walk again and i was twisted looking. so i went back to lay down for a while. now i cant get out of bed.. it hurts soo much to stand and put pressure on it. what in this mri could i have irritated? ... (7 replies)
... s1 levels showing decrease in height and water content. In addition there is some high signal in the posterior aspects of the discs suggestive of annual tears. ... (7 replies)
... Well I'll start off by saying I am 19 years old with a lot of lower back and leg pains. ... (10 replies)
... this is when the connecting bone of your vertebrae is broken and allows some shifting forward of your spine. ... (2 replies)
... ve this website.well my life starts off like this..over a yr ago i was in a auto accident.i was in a turning lane at a complete stop and i was hit at a high rate of speed.well lets say that my car looked worse then me at that time. ... (2 replies)
... workout and generally spend the rest of the day on my back with a pillow under my legs. ... (16 replies)
... inflammatory prescription is helping. No one can give me a diagnosis as to what is causing the chronic inflammation and pain. I have given up hope of ever having the active lifestyle I use to and would settle to just be rid of pain at this point. I am considering stem cell injection therapy. ... (5 replies)
... op appt in August 2012, I started experiencing painful, horrible pains and weird sensations in my right ankle, right heel, right calf, and posterior right thigh. I was told it was the typical "healing nerves" and started neurotin and increased dosage of cymbalta. ... (0 replies)
... weighted image defines the inferior endplate of L3. ... (1 replies)
... based disc buldge with small central annular tear. This just contacts the transisting right and left L4 nerve root without significant deviation. ... (8 replies)
... Hey I'm Drew and I'm 26 Years old with Right sided cerebral palsy and simple partial seizures. These are my CTs and MRI readings and i was wondering if anyone could help me make any sense of them. ... (1 replies)


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