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... Many of your symptoms are similar to symptoms of kidney disease. There is nothing in the MRI that would warrant a trip to a spine specialist. The discs begin the aging process in our 20s so it is not surprising to see a little bit of disc disease or stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... I don't believe the cyst is the only reason you should see a spine specialist. With the foot drop and urinary issues, you should be under the care of a spine specialist because there is the potential for far greater nerve damage if the nerves are left in a compressed state. ... (4 replies)
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... Welcome to the board. I just saw your post. I am sorry no one responded. I can only assume you are not seeing a spine specialist on a regular basis. ... (4 replies)
... I've had pain in both legs for about two months, and slight swelling in my left leg. At times it seems my right leg is a bit puffy too. ... (3 replies)
... I am back to my usual pain which is a steady 6 everyday! The injection is well over with. I got no relief, pain instead and all of that is over as well, just the pain I've had all along and of coarse it sucks. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Dec 2, 2014
... ce for the spinal cord and nerve roots. The resulting narrowing of these spaces is called "stenosis" and is graded on a scale of minimal, mild, moderate, severe. In your case, the narrowing is moderate of the spinal cord area and moderately severe for the nerve root areas. ... (12 replies)
... No, not constant at all but the same area which us why I thought maybe it was related. It happened late summer. In late Sept. ... (6 replies)
... I've been through the ringer with injuries in my life. I've been in several severe car accidents, with no apparent immediate damage at the time of the accidents. ... (7 replies)
... sion like a lot of you. I know I'm very lucky as my myelopathy is mild. I also know I'm slowly worsening. It's been 7 years of a slow degeneration, like being in a room where the walls are imperceptibly moving in. ... (4 replies)
... The disk between these two vertebra is popping out and pushing into the space for the spinal cord. In addition you have arthritic bone spurs developing on the vertebrae where they meet to form an exit for the nerve roots. ... (1 replies)
... sounds like there may be a pocket of fluid that has formed as a result. I suppose if it is large enough, it could be pushing against the L5 spinal nerve and the pain is radiating down the path of the nerve. ... (6 replies)
... lp you understand better what is happening. Foraminal stenosis means the nerves are being "pinched" by bony growths or protrusions or disc material, which causes pain to radiate into arms. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. You have a complicated history that merits the attention of a good spine specialist. ... (7 replies)
... Each pair of spinal nerves innervate a specific area of the body, running in a predictable pattern. You can look for a dermatome map online to see what each nerve innervates. ... (4 replies)
... At each vertebral level, specific nerves exit the central canal and go out to innervate a specific area of the body. The "channel" that the nerve takes is referred to as a dermatome. ... (3 replies)
... tradeof1jack, I find your thread very interesting because I also have a problem going on in my thoracic spine. Protrusions, a cyst plus. ... (8 replies)
... I was under the impression it is due to the degeneration and poor muscular support for my spine I have seen the images at the doctor's surgery and he pointed to the L4 L5 area, particularly in a flexing xray, and determined that was the most likely cause. ... (3 replies)
Focal Myelomalacia
Oct 27, 2014
... My first post here ever. I need advice on my condition, as it seems the more I google or search it, the more concerned I get. Back in 1986 I had suffered a concussion and whiplash. ... (3 replies)
L5 S1 fusion
Oct 21, 2014
... Unless your pain is tolerable and there is a question over whether the surgery is necessary, I do not see what waiting accomplishes. ... (10 replies)

Associated Tags: extrusion, mri, perineural cyst, spinal, tarlov foraminal epidermal inclusion cyst, thoracic

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