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... A circumferential disc bulge indents the thecal sac. No spinal canal or neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... L5 slightly impinging the anterior aspect of the thecal sac. Thereis bilateral mild facet arthropathy changes. Canal remains patent.Neural foramina are patent. ... (2 replies)
... Since the thecal sac surrounds spinal nerves, when there is pressure put on it, the result is nerve pain. ... (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)
... nd are openings through which the spinal nerves leave the spine and go out to a particular part of the body to innervate that part of the body. For example, the L4 nerve innervates in a particular route down to the big toe. ... (1 replies)
... subforaminal disc protrusion with annular fissure exerts mass effect on the thecal sac and transiting nerve roots within the right lateral recess. ... (1 replies)
... Hi jessica, I have had laminectomies at L4-L5, L5-S1◊4 due to spinal fluid leaks needing grafting with fat & fascia & because of reherniation & had to have foramenotomies or foramenectomies not sure of the name but have resulting scar tissue in the thecal sac where spinal nerves are & on my MRI it is reported by radiologist as "clumping of nerve roots" & was wondering what... (3 replies)
... S1 there is a right foraminal herniation with impingement upon exiting L5 root. ... (4 replies)
... mm left disc bulge indents thecal sac. ... (2 replies)
... there is a generalised disc bulge with a mid posterior disc protrusion indenting the thecal sac anteriirly.the is a component of the disc extrusion migrating along the posterior margin of the l5 vertebral body for approximently 1.1 cm in length. ... (0 replies)
... Findings efface the anterior thecal sac but do not impinge on the spinal cord. The thoracic canal and foramina are patent. ... (1 replies)
... Findings efface the anterior thecal sac but do not impinge on the spinal cord. The thoracic canal and foramina are patent. ... (1 replies)
L4-l5 disc
Mar 9, 2013
... MY MRI REPORT 1. Lumbar spondylosis 2.Mild facet arthritis at L4-L5 LEVEL 3.Dessicated disc with minimally bulged annulus at L3-L4, L4-L5 and L5-S1 levels. 4. Dessicated disc with diffusely bulged annulus and type 3 tear at L4-L5 level, indenting thecal sac and compromising neural canal bilaterally. (0 replies)
L4 L5 Bulging Disk
Feb 27, 2013
... Welcome to the board. Did you get a copy of the MRI and the radiology report? If not, I would recommend you do so and begin a personal file. You will find that it is easier to get copies at the time of service than having to retrace your steps at a later date. It is really impossible to comment on your situation without knowing more about the issues....how large is the... (3 replies)
... 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)
... L5 disc shows posterior bulge effacing ventral epildural fat indenting the thecal sac with mild posterior effect. ... (2 replies)
... L3 L4 due to a large synovial cyst. I was hopeful the surgery would help but my symptoms remain. ... (2 replies)
... L5 areas there is a small midline herbulation of the disc with mild compression of the ventrical sac very mild facet arthritis now I never had any pain in my back before the fall If I stand up 10 min. I have to set down because of the pain . ... (1 replies)
... L5" and a pressing of the thecal sac with no nerve impingement. There was nothing else remarkable on the MRI. ... (9 replies)
... the S1 nerve root posteriorly. There is a slight flattening of the S1 nerve root. the right S1 nerver root is normal. There is no significant compression of the thecal sac. The neural foramina are normal bilaterally. ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: arthropathy facet, degenerative disc disease, disc bulge, disc tear, lower back pain, mri, sciatic, stenosis, thecal sac, thoracic cord compression

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