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... there is a small right posterior annular tear with an associated small right paracentral disc protrusion. ... (0 replies)
... I also recently developed plantar faciaitis, and sharp burning pains in groin area, as well as a feeling of having a burning belt half way around my waist on the right side. I've been to 13 different practitioners, ranging from GI, Neurologist, Orthopedic, rheumatologist, and Pain management doctors. ... (9 replies)
... concentric disc bulge with small posterior central annular tear. Mild to moderate bilateral facet joint arthrosis. Ligamentum flavum buckling. ... (20 replies)

... A central protrusion is the disc bulging . 3mm is tiny,but you also have a tear in the disc apparently. This can heal on it's own after about two years. Neural or foraminal narrowing happens as we age. ... (1 replies)
... mm central protrusion with central and right paracentral annular tear. ... (1 replies)
... S1 intervertebral disc indenting the thecal sac and compressing the exiting right L5 nerve root. ... (9 replies)
... and is unremarkable with contrast seen in the nucleus pulposus. There is no annular tear identified. ... (2 replies)
PostOp MRI...Help
Dec 10, 2007
... L5 with a posterior annular tear. ... (6 replies)
Back pain
Oct 19, 2011
... S1 small posterior disk bulge and mild bilateral facet arthropathy. Small right paracentral annular disk tear, not significantly changed. ... (6 replies)
... there is a small right posterior annular tear with an associated small right paracentral disc protrusion. It also says that fluid density is identified posterior to the spinal canal esp. at the l5 level.. that was the ct.scan report. ... (12 replies)
Mri report
Feb 19, 2009
... I recently had a MRI done and dont fully understand the results. 1. Posterior annular bulge of the disc with a right posterior annular tear in the disc margin are noted at the L5-S1 disc level.There is no significant stenosis at this level. 2. Posterior disc bulge is present at he T12-L1 disc level but does not appear to produce significant spinal stenosis 3.There is a... (1 replies)
... S1, there is a mild eccentric to the right intervertebral disc bulge with an associated right posterior annular tear. ... (3 replies)
... S1 is present and this is consistent with posterior annular tear in this disc. ... (3 replies)
MRI results
Sep 11, 2003
... recent MRI showed DJD throughout my spine and neck. I'm only 48 years old with no previous injuries or falls. Unsure of why I have so many spinal herniations, annular tears, and disc protrusions. ... (3 replies)
MRI help please?
Mar 26, 2014
... small prolapse and annular tear in the disc posteriorly. The disc appears to be touching the left SI nerve root and is causing mild narrowing of the left paracentral recess and central canal. ... (5 replies)
... subforaminal disc protrusion with annular fissure exerts mass effect on the thecal sac and transiting nerve roots within the right lateral recess. Facet arthropathy I'm conjugation with disc protrusion results in severe right neural foramen stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... mild degenerative disc disease. There is a moderate disc bulge with a broad central annular tear. ... (2 replies)
... weighted MRI image that signals the possibility of an annular tear in the lumbar disc. Technically it is the way the tissue shows up on the image. ... (4 replies)
... There is mild facet and ligamentum flavum hypertrophy. There is a mild broad based disc bulge with posterior annular fissuring. There is mild right neural foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... based disc buldge with small central annular tear. This just contacts the transisting right and left L4 nerve root without significant deviation. ... (8 replies)


Associated Tags: arthropathy facet, back pain, mri, mri results, sciatic, stenosis

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