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Back mri
Mar 23, 2016
... does an increased amount of epidural fat posterior to the thecal sac. ... (4 replies)
MRI Results
Mar 10, 2016
... protrusion resulting in mild effacement of the anterior epidural fat. ... (3 replies)
... Wow!! You are a warrior!! I can't even imagine going through all that. From what I saw on my initial MRI there was no mention of Arachnoditis, nor from my NS that did the surgery. Leads me to believe the EPI and/or surgery may have contributed, if in fact I have it. I get leg and arm jerks that are random and embarrassing. Balance issues plague me to, I get nervous on stairs... (39 replies)

... d and damaged from fibrous to the consistency of wet Kleenex 4 months after myelogram dye, pantopaque, was used then my NS saw it during surgery and I had to get fat and fascial grafting to my dura. It sounds like you may have had a spinal headache from a possible CSF leak after your injection. ... (39 replies)
... S1 disc indenting anterior epidural fat"? ... (0 replies)
... epidural fat is the the layer of fat surrounding the dura, which is a tube or sheath the spine lies within. ventral means "front. ... (1 replies)
... what is a central disc protrusion at L5S1 indenting the ventral epidural fat (1 replies)
... Demonstrates early termination of thecal sac with prominence of epidural fat attenuating the thecal sac. ... (3 replies)
... Loss of disc height and hydration with disc bulge effacing ventral epidural fat indenting the anterior thecal sac. Posterolateral disc bulge narrows the medial aspects of the bilateral neural foramina. ... (3 replies)
... diffuse disc bulge is seen effacing the epidural fat, flattening the theca and mildly encroaching on the lower aspect of the corresponding exit neural foramina. ... (3 replies)
... I had a discograph a few weeks ago and it came back positive for lumbar spondylosis.Spinal fusion is set for March 26th! This is my updated MIR report below... 1.Advanced disk degeneration 2.Prominent posterior epidural fat(contribute to spinal canal narrowing) 3.Herniated disk through-out spine 4. Facets joint disease 5.Lumbar Spondylosis 6.Vertebral Body Osteophytes... (5 replies)
... l broad disc bulge slightly crowding the extraforaminal left L5 nerve root. In addition, there is a posterior central shallow disc protrusion impressing upon the epidural fat and slightly impinging upon the proximal S1 nerve root sleeves. ... (11 replies)
... there is mild diffuse bulging of the disc with slight hypertrophy of epidural fat and ligamentum flavum.The AP dimension of the cal sac measures 12mm. ... (0 replies)
... L5 however, there ay be some nerve involvement where the disc bulge is pushing out of its disc space into the layer of epidural fat...which is then pushing into the thecal sac. ... (2 replies)
Help...
Oct 4, 2012
... L4 secondary to congenital narrowing of the spinal canal superimposed with prominent epidural fat. There is effacement of the CSF from the cauda equina at these levels. ... (20 replies)
Help...
Sep 24, 2012
... L4 areas. Congential means that you have had it since birth. The problem that I see mentioned is the congenital narrowing accompanied by the excess epidural fat is compressing the nerves in the spinal canal which is most likely what is causing the majority of your symptoms. ... (20 replies)
Help...
Sep 24, 2012
... derate to severe central canal narrowing with effacement of the CSF from the cauda equina due to congenital narrowing of the spinal canal combined with prominent epidural fat. ... (20 replies)
... S1 level, as seen with epidural lipomatosis. This means that there is a slightly more than normal layer of epidural fat at this level that is having a slight effect on the thecal sac which contains the nerve roots. ... (3 replies)
... S1 level, as seen with epidural lipomatosis. ... (3 replies)
... cluding discogenic changes at the abutting verebral body endplates at both levels. However there is less impact on the thecal sac due to a more prominent ventral epidural fat pad. The ventral epidural fat pad is present at L4 and L5 as well as posterior to the sacrum. ... (5 replies)


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