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I am confused!!
May 19, 2010
... There is normal alignment of the lumbar spine. ... (18 replies)
Ventral Cord
Dec 14, 2009
... Hi. Thanks for getting back to me. I've been having problems with the sides and back of neck. My shoulders and sometimes my left arm feels heavy and I get some electrical shock feelings in my fingers. ... (2 replies)
... A broad based circumferential disc buldge without focal protrusion or herniation is present. ... (5 replies)

Bad lower back
Nov 12, 2008
... i just have alot of questions from the papers that my husband got from his mri. like limbar disc narrowing buldging disc, degenerative endplate. loss of signal in disc, disc desiccation and disc narrowing protrusion, or extrusion. broad based disc buldge. and it just goes on and on. ... (1 replies)
... short version is your disc between L4 and L5 has lost some height and is bulging in the middle. ... (1 replies)
... let the degeneration thing freak you out any. It's just a "common" and relative term thrown out to describe that your spine is simply aging, just like the rest of mankind. ... (7 replies)
... Hello again everyone I have FINALLY managed to get my MRI Reports and as I said I would post them here for review. The first report is from May 16, 2007 and reads as follows. and here is my latest report dated Nov 6, 2007 (just 2 weeks ago) However dispite both of those things the pain in my leg has gotten significantly better over the past week or so (I have... (25 replies)
... levels with disc space protrusions. ... (14 replies)
... hip and down to his knee, I always see him putting a hot pack on his knee. He recently got 3 injections in the lower portion of the spine and it cost 140 dollars, seems kinda cheap to me. Also he said the pain reduced slightly but only lasted for a couple days. ... (10 replies)
My story
May 11, 2007
... S1 disk decides to rupture. Now I will say this. That was the most pain I have every experienced. I did not even know the body was capable of experiencing that much pain. Besides the pain I lost the feeling in my left leg and could not even feel when I was going to the bathroom. ... (9 replies)
My story
May 11, 2007
... What can I say but to share my story of lower back pain. ... (9 replies)
... Sagittal and axial images of the lumbar spine are obtained. ... (5 replies)
... hin the pedicles, and interbody fusion has taken place with strut grafts which are well positioned. The L5 vertebral body is subluxed relative to S1 and there is signal along the posterior edge of the disc and into the epidural space suggesting epidural scarring. This includes enhancement. ... (2 replies)
... runs down leg at times, constent tingle on bottom of foot thats really annoying, pain in small toes when walking long distances. ... (10 replies)
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... Loss of signal, large right sided disc herniation, mildly impinging thecal sac and showing cephalad migration. this is large enough to result in impingement of both L5 and S1 nerve roots on the right and mild right central stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... yrs but has gotten very troublesome since having children late in life. I also experienced tingling in my right calf and have persistent numbness in a couple of areas of each foot. I had an MRI of my thoracic and lumbar areas. ... (4 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)
... There is a left paracentral focal disc profusion with resultant effacement and indentation of the thecal sac. ... (1 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)

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