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My MRI ... eek!
Feb 16, 2018
... continued aches and pains, another bad sciatica problem this past December that left my right foot mostly numb as well as parts of that leg. A friend panicked me about permanent nerve damage. ... (12 replies)
... ars old with Right sided cerebral palsy and simple partial seizures. These are my CTs and MRI readings and i was wondering if anyone could help me make any sense of them. This is much appreciated! ... (1 replies)
... c6 there is miminmal posterior central disc oesteophyte complex bulge. ... (2 replies)

... Ok I am trying to translate My MRI report. I have looked on several sites and cannot find the answers I need. Im not sure if anybody can help me, but im willing to give it a try. The report is as follows : "...loss of disc height and signal intensity at L4-L5.... (7 replies)
... off work a few weeks. The pain kept getting worse, so this doctor sent me for an MRI. The MRI showed spondylolisthesis, spondylolysis, L5 foraminal narrowing, loss of disc height with signal intensity, moderate bulge and facet arthropathy and a central annual fissure at L4 and L5. This was in early January. ... (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)
... Could someone please explain some of this "MRI lingo" for me? ... (18 replies)
... bottom of the spine. ... (0 replies)
... weighted marrow signal. The signal remains higher than the surrounding paraspinal muscles compatible with red marrow conversion. ... (4 replies)
... Loss of normal cervical lordosis is noted. ... (4 replies)
... life. I've had to surgerys in the past and I always ha e a huge bulge in my back. Its hard to sit for long periods or stand in 1 location for an extended amount of time. I also get caught in stabbing pain of I turn wrong or adjust my sleeping position in bed. ... (8 replies)
... T1 disc spaces are normal. Remaining disc spaces are fused. ... (34 replies)
... There is mild lateral angulation of the spine to the left.There is a diffuse disc desiccation. There is a small lateral disc protusion causing left lateral recess stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... n't a spine specialist, then you need a referral to one, ASAP. My guess is that you should have a myelogram and ct scan what with the incontinence. That can be a signal that there are problems in the lower sacrum and could be early sign of Cauda Equina Syndrome. You can type in the phrase and get plenty of information. ... (4 replies)
... the remaining lumbar intervertebral disc show preserved height and signal with no focal asymetric protrusion. there may be some early degenerative overgrowth of the lower lumbar facet joints. ... (4 replies)
... I just received my copies of medical records, which included results from mri and discogram. I understand some, but not all. I would appreciate any help in interpreting them. ... (3 replies)
... Back pain for over 2 yrs, quite severe most of the time. Issues with sitting, standing and walking. Using a cane for the most of it recently. ... (10 replies)
... but no signal changes in cord. ... (2 replies)
... loss of height and signal. there is a disc herniation with hypertrophic changes creating central stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... Spur formation usually means arthritis and bone spurs. Bone spurs either come about as a natural part of aging or as part of arthritis. When a joint tries to shore itself up, it builds these calcuim deposits, bone spurs. ... (1 replies)


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