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... I'm guessing the bi lateral sacral injections are because that is where my pain it's the worst. I know the MRI stated that the sacral nerves were impacted by the thecal sac issue. I know he is also going to put me on a nerve pain medicine. ... (38 replies)
... Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. ... (38 replies)
... Hi I'm looking at your advice also thank you As I have l4l5 bulge & synovial cyst (7 replies)

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... laminectomies at L5 and S1. ... (38 replies)
... d signal. The nerve roots of the cauda equina appear redundant likely reflecting sequelae of spinal canal stenosis. No abnormal enhancement is present within the thecal sac. ... (1 replies)
Back mri
Mar 23, 2016
... the spinal canal from L1 through L4 similar to prior study. ... (4 replies)
... S1 bulging discs are causing stenosis in the central canal area, specifically pushing on the thecal sac. This is the membrane that encloses the spinal cord and nerves of the central canal as well as the cerebral spinal fluid. ... (6 replies)
... e irregularity in the lower thoracic and upper lumbar spine likely representing Schmorl's node formation. There is a T1 dark, T2 bright osseous lesion within the L4 vertebral body measuring approx. 5mm. ... (6 replies)
... t function normally. The result is pain that can be felt either in the spot of compression or anywhere along the pathway of the nerve. So, a compression of the L4 nerve could cause pain in the lower back or numbness in the big toe. This path of a particular innervation is called a dermatome. ... (7 replies)
... and annular tear. There is effacement o the thecal sac containing the proximal let l5 rootlets. They are not displaced. ... (7 replies)
... Lumber Spondylotic Changes Posterior Annual Tears in L3-L4 to L5-S1 Discs Mild indentation over Thecal Sac with stretching of posterior longitudinal Ligaments at L4-L5 I would like to know that Spondylotic changes can be cured with medicine? Or they will grow with age, person has to learn to live with them. Persistent pain despite advanced medicine 1. Bio-D3 Max... (1 replies)
... In your case, the disc between the L4 and L5 vertebrae is bulging. ... (7 replies)
... disc bulge and a left medial synovial cyst. Significantly compressing the left thecal sac and contributing to moderate central canal and left greater than right lateral stenosis. ... (7 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)
... 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)

Associated Tags: annular tear, back, cyst, disc bulge, disc tear, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, hypertrophy, mri, stenosis, thecal sac

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