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... I posted before on my lower back pain when I injured myself at work on the 19TH of November. I went to the Neurologist today and took my MRI films. ... (0 replies)
... Stenosis is impingement of the spinal cord or the nerves that branch from the spinal cord. ... (3 replies)
... ventral surface of thecal sac. ... (1 replies)

... I have to wait another month before i can get into my appt- here are the results any clue what it might means - findings: disc desiccation of the signal is noted througout the cervical spine with moderate loss of intervertebral disc height at c5-7 . Impression: Disc degenertaive disease at c5-7 resulting in varing degrees of spinal canal and neuroforaminal stenosis with... (0 replies)
... Hello, I am trying to understand this mri report from a couple of months ago so that I can understand better the mri report from an mri I had last friday... ... (1 replies)
... back no better in Feb went back to dr. they did CAT scan on kidneys said no stones but still lots of back pain. I went back to the dr. ... (0 replies)
Mri Results
Nov 14, 2007
... Hello My Fellow Spineys, I Know I Have Not Been On Much, Was Working And All. Well, As Of Last Wednesday I Have Been Off After Assisting A Patient I Guess I Reinjured. ... (9 replies)
... S1 is herneiated and could be pressing on your nerve roots causing you a lot of the pain. ... (2 replies)
... L5 with loss of disc height and signal. ... (2 replies)
... L1 CAUSING LOW BACK SCIATICA PAIN....This was the MRI I had done a couple of years ago....I just had another one and the Doctor said yup..."Same places but worse".Whatever that means.... ... (7 replies)
... ongoing lower back and leg pain, intermittent cervical symptoms. Sorry this is so long, I have put the results of MRI's at the end of post....they are showing differernt things...or not....need your help in making decisions...or suggestions...thanks to all. ... (14 replies)
... c6 there is miminmal posterior central disc oesteophyte complex bulge. ... (2 replies)
Bulge In Back
Apr 28, 2006
... spine said. Reveals some mild straightening of the normal cervical lordosis. There is loss of normal signal intensity form the cervical intervertebral disc proper of mild degenerative disc disease. ... (6 replies)
... I recently had an MRI of my lumbar spine and cervical spine. My general practicioner says that the results of the MRI do not indicate that I should have any pain. He wants me to see a chronic pain clinic. I think that they're might be something more going on. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Everyone I Am New To This Site. Like Most Of You I Have A Bad Back. I Am Happy I Found This Site And I Sympathize With Everyone Here. ... (6 replies)
... back side of leg. I also feel pain very low end of my tailbone a lot. I also had an annual eye appt. yesterday and informed him of my continuous dry eyes. He examined me and said I do indeed have very dry eyes. ... (1 replies)
... Could someone please explain some of this "MRI lingo" for me? ... (18 replies)
... I am not familiar with Prolotherapy I went through 3 rounds of therapy this past year and it really did not help a whole lot. It helped with my range of motion some. Tracktion only hurt me I asked them to not do that. It is so hard these days really trusting what Doctors tell you. ... (22 replies)
... essing the thecal sac and narrowing both L5 lateral recessess more severely the left displacing the left L5 descending nerve root and compromising the right. The disc prolapse extends slighly inferiorly posterior to the L5 vertebral body. It extends approximately 6mm below the disc level. ... (7 replies)
... When it hit I had about 30 triger point injections, MRI, I had steriod injections several times, about 3 rounds of physical therapy, Nuerotin and other drugs like it made me brain dead. ... (22 replies)




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