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... mm posterior disk osteophyte complex effaced the the cal sac. The central spinal canal and neural for amen are adequately patent. Mild facet hypertrophic change. ... (0 replies)
... based disc bulge with annular fissure creates minimal bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. ... (5 replies)
... Neural foraminal stenosis is indicative of nerve impingement from the disc as is stated in your report. You really need to see your doc and get a referral to a specialist, if you are experiencing pain, tingling or burning in any extremetie. ... (9 replies)

... s otherwise appear morphologically within normal limits with normal height and marrow signal. The intervertebral disc spacing appears to be well preserved. There is disc dehydration between L1, L2, L3, L4,L5 and S1. The spinal canal terminates at L1. The cauda equine is unremarkable. ... (3 replies)
... s1 there is a broad based disc which narrows the left neural foramina and touches the l5 root within the lateral aspect of the foramina". I am guessing that this nerve impingement is the root cause of my terrible pain. ... (1 replies)
... First of all, I would like to say that you have a great site here and a great bunch of members doing a fantastic job. This is my first post and I was attracted to this site due to how friendly and helpful people on here are. ... (11 replies)
... There is disc desiccation with central posterior disc protrusion with an associated annular rent. The disc protrusion measures approx. 2X14mm in size. ... (6 replies)
... t move, I was okay. That first 24 hours, was pretty tricky and I was very worried. Though our toilet is only about three steps away from the bed, it took me about ten minutes to negotiate the trip and only possible by heavily leaning on my girlfriend. ... (6 replies)
... L2 neural foremen which likely represent small nerve root sleeve cysts. ... (4 replies)
... L2 neural foremen which likely represent small nerve root sleeve cysts. ... (4 replies)
Recent mri results
Sep 17, 2012
... it gets and stays for longer periods of time here are the results. i guess i am asking what does this mean for the future and what does it mean for treatment and is the job im working at going to be bad for this in the future to the point looking for different employment should be a necessary option. ... (1 replies)
... First, let me explain what is going on in your neck. The disks are situated in front of the spinal canal and in between 2 vertebrae. ... (6 replies)
... I have no formal medical training and am just basing my comments on experience I've had with my own spine issues. The MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (2 replies)
... There is a transitional vertebra at the lumbosacral junction, which appears to represent artial sacralization of L5. ... (0 replies)
... specialists including an orthopedic spine specialist and a neurosurgeon who specializes in the spine. You can then be better informed to make a decision that is right for you. ... (1 replies)
... worst than before. Went back to both the orthopaedic and neurosurgeons. Many MRIs later, I was told "fusion is solid, there is no impingement. Go see a rheumatologist, Rheumatologist saids can't see anything that would be causing this pain. I started to think think that I was crazy. ... (8 replies)
... Will it kill the nerve if the impingement is not removed? ... (0 replies)
... Can anyone explain to me what is the problem with my low back ? ... (2 replies)
... Can anyone explain to me what is the problem with my low back ? ... (0 replies)
... ew here and stuck on my back. Hoping someone could help me understand my MRI as I'm debating surgery, they said getting a laminectomy will help, but I'm not sure what to do but in severe pain daily still, hate being stuck like this truly. ... (10 replies)

Associated Tags: degenerative disc, disc bulge, l5-s1, pinched nerve

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