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MRI Results
Jun 18, 2014
... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (6 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)
... weighted marrow signal. The signal remains higher than the surrounding paraspinal muscles compatible with red marrow conversion. ... (4 replies)

... s1. Conus appropriately sighted at L1. Some loss of fat in the foramen of L5 s1 on the right side. No obvious comprise of the l5 root. On the left side nerve root is displaced posteriorly. ... (2 replies)
Back Pain
Jan 28, 2014
... Vertebral bodies are maintained in height, alignment, and marrow signal without evidence of fracture or marrow replacing lesion. T1 and T2 hyperintense focus in the L2 vertebral body likely represents focal fat versus hemangioma. ... (1 replies)
... there is a slight decrease in signal intensity. ... (0 replies)
... then it settles into a terrible stiffness across my entire back throughout the day. The stiffness is more prominent when moving. I have been through 2 PTs both of which have prescribed mckenzie exercises with some trunk stabailization. ... (2 replies)
... So I was originally told I had bone spurs but as it turns out its disc herniation. Can anyone tell me what this says in English lol. ... (14 replies)
... Hi everyone, and thank you for taking the time to read my post. Had a couple of MRI's done. One in June last year, and one end of March this year. To keep the story short. Severe back pain, left leg weakness. ... (2 replies)
... loss of height and signal. there is a disc herniation with hypertrophic changes creating central stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... ish were numb. In 2004 I began to develop mild signs of sciatic pain... ... (2 replies)
... h MRI reports on here to try to get a grasp on my own, but I'm still looking for some guidance. This is my report from my MRI done one week ago after four months of radiculopathy down my left arm, muscle weakness and pain. ... (8 replies)
... I have had a long history of various disk issues. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone, I need some help in reading my mri report & figuring out my options, that is if i have any available to me . I was recently rear ended in a car accident. I'm still in constant pain and my life is on put on hold. The results read: • minor degenerative change within T6-T7 disc space • early degenerative change within T11-T12 & T12-L1 disc spaces • minor... (3 replies)
... T1 disc spaces are normal. Remaining disc spaces are fused. ... (34 replies)
... Loss of normal cervical lordosis is noted. ... (4 replies)
... hip fractures. All injuries were to the left side. Since the accident, I have had episodes of sciatica, and haven't been able to sleep on my left side since. Two months ago I suddenly threw my back out again, but this time it was different. ... (6 replies)
... Hi I am new here. I am a 55 yr old female. I have problems in my neck area with herniated and bulging discs at several levels. I also have radiculapathy in both of my arms. My symptoms include pain from neck thru shoulders and in my arms down to my fingers with numbness in my fingers. ... (2 replies)
... I have a host of medical issues, but most recently I have been experiencing pain my lower back and legs. ... (2 replies)
MRI Scan
Oct 1, 2012
... There is loss of T2 weighted signal as well as narroing of the disc space at the lumbosacraljunction. ... (0 replies)


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