... use, slight disc bulge and tiny right posterolateral and left paracentral annular tears. These casus slight narrowing of both lateral recesses. No thecial sac or nerve root compression is seen. ... (0 replies)
... Wow your information was helpful... I am hoping you can break my MRI down as well and tell me if surgery is an option for me...
FINDINGS: There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. Discogenic changes in the midcervical spine are most pronounced, characterized by endplate... (6 replies)
... S1 with herniation to the left lateral cress or foraminal region which I believe is causing impingement upon exiting spinal nerve root. ... (3 replies)
... Cauda equina nerve roots have a normal appearance. ... (6 replies)
... Conus and cauda Edina have a normal appearance. The fluid sensitive sequence shows edema across the left facet joint at L5-S1. Intervertebral discs are normal in signal and height at every level. Numbering assumes five non rib-bearing lumbar vertebrae.
T10-11 through L1-L2: Unremarkable.
L2-L3: A small foraminal protrusion is depicted both right and left as on the prior... (10 replies)
... S1 The S1 nerve root is intact. The thecal sac measures 7mm. There is no significant narrowing of the neural foramina. ... (0 replies)
... S1, which is most likely the source of your pain. There are several degenerative changes that are causing stenosis, which is causing the S1 nerve root to be displaced on both the left and right side. ... (5 replies)
... L3 disk is impinging a nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... L3 disc bulge casing narrowing of left exit foramen and impingining L2 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... encroaching on the left L2 nerve root within and dsital to the left intervertebral foramen". Does anyone else out there share this with me? ... (0 replies)
... Hello NewLeaf
Im looking at a chart called Spinal nerve distribution and the L-2 nerve root it looks like the thigh, knee, and just a little i=of the calf.
Hope this helps
Rob (9 replies)
... he butt to the hip, then down the leg. With some it went to the knee and stopped and with others it went all the way to the foot. Just depends on how badly the nerve was compressed and exactly where along the nerve root. Hope your pain is not extremely severe. ... (9 replies)
... nerve root affects? ... (9 replies)
... line drawings, and there is some overlap of nerves, but when there is pain and aching on the front side of the thigh, there is usually some involvement from the L3 spinal nerve, and sometimes L4. ... (8 replies)
... L5 fusion in 2010 due to ongoing right leg nerve issues along with disintegrated disk, etc. ... (8 replies)
... or left foraminal protrusion compresses the existing L3 nerve root in the foramen. ... (3 replies)
... foraminal disc protrusion that minimally flattens the ventral thecal sac and may contact the transiting left L4 nerve root without displacement. The disc protrusion mildly narrows the left neural foramen and may contact the exiting left L3 nerve root. ... (1 replies)
... S1 flattening the thecal sac. Lateralizing disc bulges are seen from L2 to L5. The verterbral body height and disc spaces are maintained. ... (11 replies)
... Contact of the exiting right L3 nerve root is also present. ... (0 replies)
... I injured my back on the job and ever since it has been worse and worse to where essentially I feel like I'm crumbling and just going to fall into little pieces. I have a bunch of disc hernias and protrusions causing L4 left-sided root irritation,L3-4 Disc protrusion and L3 nerve root irritation, L2-3 Mild disc bulge.
My neck has been hurting before I injured my back and I... (6 replies)