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[QUOTE=teteri66;5446149]I should have asked more questions as I am still confused. Did you have a previous fusion of the lower lumbar before this recent surgery to fuse L2-3? If nothing was revised in the lower lumbar area, I don't see any reason why you would have hip pain and low back pain that is new.

Is your incision on your back or could it be down with micro surgery?[/QUOTE]

LUMBAR CT-MYELOGRAM:
Postsurgical changes of L2-biiliac posterior instrumented fusion with no evidence of hardware complication. Redemonstrated partially imaged spinal cord stimulator with leads extending into the lower thoracic spinal canal. Unchanged hyperdense cement material within the L2 vertebral body. Lumbar spine alignment appears within normal limits. Vertebral body heights appear maintained, unchanged from prior. Visualized soft tissues are unremarkable.

L1-2: No significant central canal or neural foraminal stenosis.

L2-3: Status post posterior decompression. No significant central canal or neural foraminal stenosis.

L3-4: Status post posterior decompression. Endplate spurring eccentric to the right causing mild right neural foraminal stenosis. No significant central canal or left neural foraminal stenosis.

L4-5: No significant central canal or neural foraminal stenosis.

L5-S1: No significant central canal or neural foraminal stenosis.





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