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... Some spine specialists do not order myelograms because they are so invasive, and there is usually another less painful way to get the same information. I'm sorry you had to go through this. At L3-L4 there is "something," most likely a disc herniation, that is pushing into the thecal sac, ( which is a tube-like ligament that encloses the central canal spinal nerves below... (5 replies)
... measuring 7mm in AP dimension and 11 mm in transverse dimension. Effacement of the thecal sac is identified. The thecal sac at the level of herniation measures 8. ... (5 replies)
... there is no focal herniation or spinal stenosis. ... (2 replies)

... Postorocentral disk herniation at L5 S1 as noted, slightly asymmetrical toward the left side, certainly possibly impinging on the left S1 nerve root if not also the right. ... (2 replies)
... levels demonstrate a bulging disc both without stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... L5 disc to correct a severe herniation. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, often people think they are having leg or hip problems and later find out, via thinks like MRI imaging, that they have disc problems which are leading to the symptoms they are experiencing. ... (6 replies)
... I had lumbar fusion at L4-5 July 2012. I have DDD. Level below and above degeneration. MRI reveals disc herniation on both levels (L3-4 & L5-S1 and I have bad leg psin on right leg/foot. Trying steroid pack & Neurontin for 1 month. If doesn't work...try epidural inj. Any advice?? (5 replies)
... L4 intervertebral disc causing anterior thecal sac indentation. ... (7 replies)
Dr's stumped
May 16, 2011
... No disc herniation, foraminal narrowing, or central spinal canal narrowing. ... (11 replies)
... Im 32 and I have been suffering from lower back pain since about 2003. I first found out that I had a herniated disc in 2003 via a MRI. Which I was able to manage the pain with physical theropy for several years. About 1. ... (8 replies)
... No disc herniation,neural forminal stenosis or spinal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... L5 with a disc fragment that was lodged between the L3 and L4 vertebrae. I tried the conservative route for several months until I could get in to see a neurosurgeon. ... (6 replies)
... L3. It appears to be small and while pushing out of the disc space into the foramina, it is enough to be causing foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
MRI Results
Mar 27, 2013
... There is normal lordotic curvature. There is slight, grade I retrospondylolistheses of L4 and L5. The vertebral body height and intervertebral disc space height are maintained. ... (1 replies)
... I want to thank you very much. I do understand that no one on here are dr's. It's just a big help when some one can put these Readings into english, just sayin'... I use to work in a Orthopedists Office many many moons ago.. and could never get the whole thing with a reading from a CT Scan or MRI.. i really appreciate it. I am going to Pain Management & getting shots, my first... (4 replies)
... S1 broad bulge of the disc with superimposed left foraminal disc herniation which causes compression upon the exiting left L5 nerve root. Overall bulging of the disc causes mild right foraminal narrowing. ... (4 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)
Recent mri results
Sep 17, 2012
... t12 level. there is no disc bulge disc herniation spinal or neural foraniaml stenosis. only mild facet osteoarthropathy is seen. ... (1 replies)
... Often an annular tear is the first step in disc deterioration... ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: disc herniation, fusion surgery, herniated disks, l4 l5, l5 s1, mri report interpretation, stenosis

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