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... Mild diffuse disc bulge with flattening of the posterior disc margin. No central or foraminal stenosis. No pars defect or subluxation. ... (1 replies)
... elp you out, but I wanted to make a couple comments. I imagine there are other things going on with your lumbar spine that may be at least as significant as the pars defect, if not more so. ... (3 replies)
... fracture on the L5 vertebra. ... (3 replies)

... @ helminj1 I am so happy to find all of this information on the web. I have only known about this condition for 10 years. I started complaining about the pain at age 12 and was told numerous times it was due to weight. Well in adulthood the pain condition continued even when I had a healthy weight. Now I am 29 years old and have seen more than a handful of surgeons (ortho and... (5 replies)
... With a pars defect, also called spondylosis, you should not be participating in any kind of sports. ... (1 replies)
... It sounds like we have something very similar. I'm a 30 year old female with lower back pain.... I was diagnosed with a pars defect in L5. If this is so, why does my lower back hurt in the spot where I feel my ribs end near my spine? ... (4 replies)
... r born that way.lets order a mri.and he sent me right back to work.the pain was getting i eventually got a lawyer and i saw a spine specialist who found pars defect in my si l5.the w.c comp insurance has denied my benifits stating my injury is pre existing. ... (2 replies)
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... and pars defect L5. I am currently seeing a neurosurgeon. I've been taking BACLOFEN, but maybe it's a placebo because it does nothing for the tightness or muscle spams. ... (15 replies)
... My son is wanting to join the army. He has a bilateral pars defect at l5. do you think this will be a problem, and how will it effect his everyday way of life? ... (0 replies)
... Sounds like an error somewhere since a Pars Defect is a fracture of the pars most often seen at L5 causing Spondylolysis which can lead to a slippage of the vertebrae known as Spondylolisthesis. ... (3 replies)
... ppreciate some help regarding the interpretation of a CT scan. Following an x ray on Wednesday I was called in to get a CT scan as it was suspected that I have a pars defect in my lumbar 5. The only symptom that I have is lower back pain, I don't have any pain in my legs and I have been prescribed Tramadol for the back pain. ... (4 replies)
... I also thought a pars defect meant fracture. I had a fracture at L5 and had Spondylolisthesis, where my L5 vertebrae was slipping out of place. They called the fracture a pars defect. ... (3 replies)
... Bilateral pars defects seen in L5. ... (3 replies)
... rays. The L5 is still behind the S1 which is a good sign. But Ive seen that people can have a pars defect and still good positoning. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone, this is my first post. I'm so glad to find this message board!! BACKGROUND: My 16yr old son was dx w/a bilateral pars defect at L5 - there is a 5mm break on each side so the middle of the vertebra is "floating" - we have been to 3 orthopedics.... all 3 say to WAIT and give it time to calm down and the pain will go away. Its been 3 months, he's literally don't... (2 replies)
... You get pars defect when you have spondylolithesis or spondylosis. You probably have a vertabrae that is slipping back and forth over an adjacent vertabrae. ... (2 replies)
... How do you get a Pars defect when your not an athelete that plays a high impact sport or if you have not been in an accident? ... (2 replies)
... I would appreciate anyones input on repair of pars defect...I have one where I also had an L4 L5 doctor says that they will use rods and screws to stabilize it... ... (9 replies)
... I would like someone...anyone to explain how a pars defect is fixed.I have a pars defect and my spinal surgeon told me he could fix it.He said that rods and screws would be the way he would fix it where the bone formed a bridge.. ... (5 replies)

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