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... S1. There is no acute vertebral body compression injury. ... (11 replies)
... I'm still waiting for a call back from the neuro, but in the mean time I had the PM docs office fax me over the discogram report. The symptoms and pain I'm having sort of make sense now. Here are some of the highlights I've gleaned from the report: I highlighted a bunch of sections on the reports so I can ask the neuro about them. (42 replies)
... The other condition, stenosis, is a narrowing. It can occur in the central canal or in the openings that are a part of each vertebral segment that are used by the spinal nerves to exit the spine. ... (5 replies)

... mild disc space loss, small anterior vertebral endplate osteophytes, trivial diffuse buldgeing of disc annulus which slightly flattens anterior thecal sac. mild right formainal stenosis. mild right facet OA. ... (0 replies)
... Facet joints are synovial joints located at each vertebral level that allow the spine to bend and twist. They are subject to arthritic changes just as other synovial joints in the body like the knee, ankle, elbow, etc. ... (3 replies)
... S1. There are facet osteophytes throughout the lumbar spine. There are small chronic Schmorl's node endplatedeformities at multiple levels. ... (5 replies)
... Although the bone marrow signal is somewhat heterogenous, more confluent diffuse low T1 low T2 signal is noted to the L5 vertebral body and sacrum. The conus terminates at L1. ... (0 replies)
... is going on in the lumbar spine is also an indication of the beginnings of what many doctors refer to as spinal arthritis. The there is marked sclerosis at the L5 vertebral body and at the endplate at S1. ... (2 replies)
... My Cervical Xray shows Osteophytes and disk space narrowing is present in the lower cervical spine at C5 and C6, My Lumbar Xray there is marked sclerosis at the L5 vertebral body and at the endplate at S1. ... (2 replies)
Lumbar stenosis
Feb 28, 2013
... At the next level there is bilateral facet hypertrophy. The facets are synovial joints that are paired with the vertebrae and connect one vertebral level to the next. They are subject to arthritis just like other synovial joints in the body like the knees, ankles, hips, fingers, etc. ... (1 replies)
... eyond the disc space and is pushing into the thecal sac, which is the tough fibers that surround the central canal. This protrusion is also touching both of the L5 nerve roots. Both of these things can cause the type of nerve pain that radiates down the buttocks, legs and into the feet. ... (3 replies)
... S1. There is no acute vertebral body compression injury. ... (6 replies)
Mri analysis
Jun 15, 2012
... mm anterolistheses secondary to bilateral L5 pars defects. ... (2 replies)
... Neural foramen can be narrowed by disc herniations, bone spurs from the edge of the vertebral body, or spurs or osteophytes from the facet joints. ... (1 replies)
Help with an MRI
Mar 23, 2012
... the report indicates that the L4 nerve is being impinged, and is the L5 nerve. This is often a source of pain that can radiate out into the lower limb. ... (2 replies)
... thickening of ligaments and enlargement of joints. This can develop in the central canal and in the openings that allow the nerves to exit the spine at each vertebral level...the foramen. ... (1 replies)
... There is satisfactory alignment. The vertebral body heights are preserved. ... (16 replies)
... The impression of my whole body scan showed increased uptake within L3 vertebral body. Impression was likely secondary to degeneraive change. ... (37 replies)
... ventral osteophytes present throughout the thoracic spine, with vertebral body hemangiomas at T7, and T11. ... (3 replies)
Spine problems
Jul 20, 2011
... sing secondary canal and lateral recess stenosis bilaterally. There is associated mild bilateral foraminal encroachment. Severe compression of lateral traversing L5 and mild compression of bilateral exiting L4 nerve roots is seen. ... (0 replies)


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