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... based disc bulge which measures at least 5mm. Mild effacement of ventral perineural fat of S1 nerve root within the canal without displacement of nerve roots. I have been seeing a chiropractor 3x a wk for over a month now. Leg pain is better but back pain isn't better. ... (3 replies)
... with minimal effacement of the anterior theca and no impingement of the neural elements. ... (2 replies)
... nerve root within the neural foramen. ... (11 replies)

... with minimal effacement of the anterior theca and no impingement of the neural elements. ... (11 replies)
... erior aspect of the L4 vertebral body with significant narrowing of the lateral recess. The disk is in closeproximity to and likely contacts the exiting right L4 nerve root as well as the passing right L5 nerve root. No defined foraminal stenosis is identified. ... (12 replies)
... ll injection therapy. I have done some reading on anular tears and am wondering if this could be what is causing the inflammation and pain. I think the pain is nerve pain since it is very intense to the point it takes my breath away and I scream outloud. Following are excerpts from the 3 MRI's I have had. ... (5 replies)
... minimal disc dessication and minimal annular disc bulge with probable small left foraminal disc protrusion resulting in displacement of the L3 nerve root in the lateral aspect of the neural foramen. Minimal effacement of the lateral recesses as the L4 nerve roots exit the thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... carrying nerve fibers that are called the sinuvertebral nerves. When a tear occurs in this area, even if very small, it can cause a great deal of pain. ... (11 replies)
... diffuse disc bulge eccentric to the far left with concomitant annular fissure which effaces the ventral thecal sac and adversely contacts the traversing left S1 nerve root and abuts the exiting left L5 nerve root. There is moderate central bony stenosis. Moderately severe left and moderate right lateral recess effacement. ... (1 replies)
... based disc buldge with small central annular tear. This just contacts the transisting right and left L4 nerve root without significant deviation. ... (8 replies)
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)
... Grade 1 anterior Listhesis of L5 on S1 secondary to underlying Spondylolysis. this results in distortion and narrowing of the neural formina. ... (1 replies)
Sep 24, 2012
... Moderate 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)
... there is mild posterior disc bulge not extending laterally. Mild facet hypertrophy is seen without significant lateral recess narrowing or nerve root impingement. ... (0 replies)
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Jun 22, 2012
... S1 level secondary to chronic disc degenerative changes. This results in mild effacement of the anterior thecal sac. ... (6 replies)
... Firstly, I am 34 and had a discetomy of the L4 and L5 approx. ... (1 replies)
... effacement of the right S1 nerve root. ... (4 replies)
... however. this does not cause any effacement of thecal sac or exiting S1 nerve root. There is no lateral extension in to the neuroforamina. Overall there is no appreciable spinal stenosis or neuroforaminal encroachment identified. ... (7 replies)
... L5 with a pinched nerve as the nerve root as it exits the L5 dural tube, which is flattened at the ventral aspect. ... (0 replies)
... raminal stenosis. There is moderate facet hypertrophy. The lateral recess region is minimally reduced in size on the left, possibly affecting the left traversing nerve root of L5. ... (8 replies)

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