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... normal. The conus is normal in signal and terminates at the L1 level. ... (0 replies)
... Minor degenerative marrow change otherwise normal signal from bone marrow minor loss of disc height levels minor disc desiccation slight loss of lordisis minor kyohosis and scoliosis spinal cord is normal signal intensity cerebellar tonsils are normal in location mild paransal sinus mucosal thickening mild residual lymphoid tissue within normal age for 21 minor facet... (2 replies)
... C4 some central disc protrusion. ... (5 replies)

... I have had recent imaging of neck and thoracic. Varying spots of tingling, loss of sensation and water temp. ... (2 replies)
... y to recovery. With the anti inflammatory medicine and some multi vitamins i continued my life with a change in job, then leaving that job due to its requirement of physical work and now to almost jobless situation. The thing is after two years i feel i am at crossroads to have surgery or not. ... (4 replies)
... y to recovery. With the anti inflammatory medicine and some multi vitamins i continued my life with a change in job, then leaving that job due to its requirement of physical work and now to almost jobless situation. The thing is after two years i feel i am at crossroads to have surgery or not. ... (1 replies)
MRI results, L5 S1
Jul 24, 2014
... Mild disc space narrowing and loss of T2 signal are present compatible with mild disc degeneration. A large right paramedian disc extrusion is noted with considerable impingement on the crossing right S1 nerve root. The facets appear normal. The neural foramina are adequate. ... (9 replies)
... Although the bone marrow signal is somewhat heterogenous, more confluent diffuse low T1 low T2 signal is noted to the L5 vertebral body and sacrum. The conus terminates at L1. ... (0 replies)
... There is a new right foraminal disc protrusion that mildly narrows the inferior right neural foramen without significant foraminal stenosis. The central canal is patent. ... (1 replies)
Options after MRI
Jun 27, 2013
... facet joint complex that has homogeneous increased T2 signal and T1 hypointense signal, most likely reflecting a synovial or ganglion cyst. ... (3 replies)
... S1 disc demonstrates mild loss of T2 signal intensity. ... (56 replies)
... S1 disc demonstrates mild loss of T2 signal intensity. ... (1 replies)
... t even perform this without a few minutes of psyching myself up for it. ... (6 replies)
... sacral spine reveals loss of normal lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... Noncontrast MRI of the Cervical Spine was performed utilizing a standard imaging protocol. ... (4 replies)
... Plain MIR of the dorsal spine was pweformed in multiple signal intensities in multiple planes. ... (0 replies)
... ar and a half ago. Both hips bother me now, but the left hip is the aggressor here, it wakes me up at night, and I have to sleep on my back or right side because of it. ... (3 replies)
... The lumbar lordosis is normal. There is no loss of vertebral body height. ... (4 replies)
... Loss of normal cervical lordosis is noted. ... (4 replies)
... First, it looks like you have reason to have lots of pain as several nerves are being impacted. ... (3 replies)


Associated Tags: disk degeneration, disk herniation, herniated disks, mri report interpretation, sciatica, spinal cord injury

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