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... Alignment of the lumbar spine is anatomic. Vertebral body heights are maintained. ... (1 replies)
... Several lobulated T2 hyperintense lesions within the anterior paraspinal soft tissues. There is no significant encroachment osseous change within the subjacent vertebral bodies. ... (7 replies)
MRI help?
Dec 14, 2014
... Incidental vertebral body hemangioma at L2 noted. ... (4 replies)

... superior endplates of the L2 and L3 vertebral bodies, unchanged. ... (1 replies)
... Alignment of the lumbar spine is satisfactory, There is no scoliosis. There is loss of the lumbar lardosis in the upper half of the lumbar spine. The vertebral body heights are maintained. Mild endplate degenerative changes are noted. ... (10 replies)
Lumbar MRI
Nov 17, 2014
... T2 bright focus within the L5 vertebral body with a hemangioma measured 10X11X14 mm. ... (4 replies)
MRI Confusion
Oct 25, 2014
... like bright spot visible in the L3 vertebral body. The usual cause for this, as the radiologist says is Hemangioma. Hemangioma in the vertebral space is a benign tumor of the blood vessels. ... (1 replies)
MRI Confusion
Oct 25, 2014
... T2 hyperintense structure within the L3 vertebral body measuring 6mm, likely hemangioma. Can anyone explain to me what this means. There is more finding on my MRI but this is what I'm needing the most help with. ... (1 replies)
... I had my first MRI a few days ago because of constant back and neck pain. I wanted to post the results hoping someone more knowledgeable might be able to help me. My question may sound strange but I won't to know if these results would justify the pain I am experiencing. It's just been going on for so long, I'm starting to get depressed and question myself as to the... (2 replies)
Back Pain
Jan 28, 2014
... ral 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)
... st metastasis. Certainly, primary bone lesion or lymphoma not excluded. Although endplate irregularity is present, findings are not strongly suggestive of benign vertebral compression injury. ... (7 replies)
... A 1.5 cm benign hemangioma within vertebral body. ... (21 replies)
... eversal of the normal cervical lordosis. There is no cervical spine compression fracture. There is a T1 and T2 hyperintense lesion in the left aspect of the T2 vertebral body, which loses signal on inversion recovery imaging felt to reflect a hemangioma. ... (5 replies)
Spine MRI results?
Jun 24, 2013
... normal height with no evidence of compression fracture. Within the posterior aspect of the T8 vertebral body. There is a focal lesion of increased T2 and decreased T1 signal which shows homogeneous enhancement following contrast. The lesion measures 15 x 8 mm. ... (0 replies)
... Multilevel, benign hemangiomas identified in the vertebral bodies. ... (8 replies)
... I had a discograph a few weeks ago and it came back positive for lumbar spondylosis.Spinal fusion is set for March 26th! This is my updated MIR report below... 1.Advanced disk degeneration 2.Prominent posterior epidural fat(contribute to spinal canal narrowing) 3.Herniated disk through-out spine 4. Facets joint disease 5.Lumbar Spondylosis 6.Vertebral Body Osteophytes... (5 replies)
MRI Results
Feb 7, 2013
... hemangioma is seen involving the L4 vertebral body. Vertebral body heights and alignment are maintained. ... (2 replies)
... Your MRI report is very vague. Hemangiomas are on something...bone, nerve tissue, the cord itself...and it doesn't say what the hemangioma is part of. If it's on the vertebral bone, most docs will leave them alone and just watch them as they usually stop growing and shrink back. ... (5 replies)
... C7. There is no acute compression fracture. Vertebral alignment is normal. Theie is an accentuatet focal cervicothoracic kypshosic at the cervicothroacic juntion. ... (34 replies)
... S1 disc is also associated with very minimal annular degeneration but no disc bulge. Please note that the L5 vertebrate body appears to be a transitional type vertebral body with a pseudoarthrosis evident between the left elongated transverse process and the left sacroiliac joint. ... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, bulging disc, degenerative disc disease, l4-l5, lumbar mri, mri help, mri report interpretation

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