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... traversing L5 nerve roots in the lateral recesses. ... (5 replies)
... and this is pushing into the spinal canal. Because the spinal cord is contained within this space, this effacement can result in nerve compression. Since this disc protrusion is not described as small or large, we cannot guess to what extent it is impacting on the nerves. ... (7 replies)
... with mild effacement of the anterolateral aspect of the thecal sac greater on the left. ... (11 replies)

MRI report
Nov 30, 2006
... there is a far right lateral small disc protrussion, which extends into the right L3 neural foreman and causes moderate narrowing, with possible mild L3 nerve effacement. ... (1 replies)
... and scar tissue and effacement of space there and he said it is pressing on the nerve which is giving me the pain still down my leg. I am like what the heck is going on. ... (1 replies)
... on in the left spnal canal at the L2 level. This is without significant change in size and appearance from four years ago. Differential considerations include nerve sheath tumor, meningioma and ependymoma. ... (10 replies)
... This extends at least 0.9 cm below the superior endplate of L3 and displaces the traversing L3 nerve roots. Facet arthropathy and ligament hypertrophy are present. There is mild bilateral neural foramina stenosis. ... (12 replies)
... with mild anterior effacement of the dura sac. nerve root exit normally. ... (0 replies)
7 months Post Op
May 8, 2014
... erior aspect of the L4 vertebral body with significant narrowing of the lateral recess. The disk is in closeproximity to and likely contacts the exiting right L4 nerve root as well as the passing right L5 nerve root. No defined foraminal stenosis is identified. ... (2 replies)
... based disc bulge which measures at least 5mm. Mild effacement of ventral perineural fat of S1 nerve root within the canal without displacement of nerve roots. I have been seeing a chiropractor 3x a wk for over a month now. Leg pain is better but back pain isn't better. ... (3 replies)
... measuring 7mm in AP dimension and 11 mm in transverse dimension. Effacement of the thecal sac is identified. The thecal sac at the level of herniation measures 8. ... (5 replies)
... with minimal effacement of the anterior theca and no impingement of the neural elements. ... (2 replies)
... with minimal effacement of the anterior theca and no impingement of the neural elements. ... (11 replies)
... erior aspect of the L4 vertebral body with significant narrowing of the lateral recess. The disk is in closeproximity to and likely contacts the exiting right L4 nerve root as well as the passing right L5 nerve root. No defined foraminal stenosis is identified. ... (12 replies)
Spine MRI results?
Jun 24, 2013
... T8 resulting mild effacement of the right aspect of the thecal sac. No significant foramina narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... Mild stenonsis of the bilateral subarticular recesses, spinal canal and bilateral neural foramina. Dorsal annulus comes in contact the course of the S1 nerve roots passing through the recesses. Mild effacement of the perineural fat about the foraminal exit zone of the L5 nerve roots. Minor facet arthrosis. ... (0 replies)
... ll injection therapy. I have done some reading on anular tears and am wondering if this could be what is causing the inflammation and pain. I think the pain is nerve pain since it is very intense to the point it takes my breath away and I scream outloud. Following are excerpts from the 3 MRI's I have had. ... (5 replies)
... e first sign of a degenerative process. When this happens, the discs tend to flatten. This can eventually lead to a bone on bone situation, which can result in nerve pain. You can read up on "disc dessication" to learn more.... ... (4 replies)
... minimal disc dessication and minimal annular disc bulge with probable small left foraminal disc protrusion resulting in displacement of the L3 nerve root in the lateral aspect of the neural foramen. Minimal effacement of the lateral recesses as the L4 nerve roots exit the thecal sac. ... (0 replies)
... carrying nerve fibers that are called the sinuvertebral nerves. When a tear occurs in this area, even if very small, it can cause a great deal of pain. ... (11 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, l5-s1, mri help, mri report interpretation, orthopedic, surgery option

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