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Pain 2014!
Jan 13, 2014
... based posterior osteophyte in combination with bulging annulus. There is moderate right neural foramina stenosis due to uncinate process hypertrophy. The left neural foramina appears to be normal. ... (1 replies)
... anterior marginal osteophytes formation and mild degeneration of dis desiccation at all lumbar levels. ... (5 replies)
... to 230. There is only mild effacement of the thecal sac. ... (3 replies)

... Mild spondylitic bulging annulus broadly eccentric toward the left with focal left foraminal and far lateral annular tear, mild facet hypertrophic changes, and mild left foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... ml of dye. This level also reproduced the concurrent pain. Although the pain was not as intense, there was a tear in the annulus with the flow of dye through the annulus. ... (3 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (4 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (14 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (14 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (12 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (14 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (18 replies)
... Disc normal in height. Mild bulging posterior annulus. No central canal stenosis present. ... (23 replies)
... disc seen in association with mild facet hypertrophy. The disc extends toward the inferior recesses of the exit foramina bilaterally but without direct neural compression. ... (18 replies)
... There is mild disk height loss with disk dehydration characterized by T2 signal loss. there is very slight bulging of the annulus. There is only minimal fattening of the ventral thecal sac without significant central canal or formainal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... through which the C5 nerve passes on its way down into the shoulder and arm does not seem to have been significantly narrowed by the bulging disk. ... (1 replies)
... Grade 1 spondylolthesis of L5 in relation to S1, with bilateral spondylolysis at L5. There is mild spondylosis and loss of normal signal intensity in the disk. There is mild dorsal bulging of the annulus. ... (6 replies)
... Cervical Spondylosis/ MRI Results pls help -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ok had a MRI and of course i dont understand it. I know i have been having this pain in my neck for over 5 yrs and i finally recev'd an MRI.. I have an upcoming ortho appt to review this but anxious to know now. Basically it says Midld diffuse... (2 replies)
... level where there are degenerative endplate changes, narrowing of the disc space and mild disk dehydration Th bone marrow signal is otherwise unremarkable. ... (16 replies)
... herniation involving the right lateral recess. This does cause slight effacement of the intrathecal sac. There is left facet degenerative changes. Findings cause mild left neuroforaminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... This is basically the same subject you all are talking about, I have lower lumbar disc bulging, and degenerative disc disease, nerve root compression in the lower lumbar area which pinches on the nerves that apparently go down into my legs n feet. I was told I also have spinal stenosis. and a tear at T11, I also have a herniated disc at C6-c7, I believe., I think Ive had the... (3 replies)




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