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... is a typical finding of degenerative disk disease. With DDD as the inner nucleus dehydrates, the disc space narrows, and redundant annular ligaments bulge. With progressive nuclear dehydration, the annular fibers can crack and tear. ... (3 replies)
... SHOWS ANNULAR BULGING i thought these were my good discs. can they still use that disc to fuse the other two.. ... (3 replies)
... S1 degenerative disc dehydration with minimal annular bulging. ... (4 replies)

... S1 annular tear. No nerve root impingement seen. ... (9 replies)
... Like the person above said looks like the MRI shows that L5-S1 is herneiated and could be pressing on your nerve roots causing you a lot of the pain. You also have 2 discs that are bulging but have not torn yet/ herneiated. I have a bulging disc in my back L4-L5 actually like you and that hasn't bothered me a bit! It was my L5-S1 that caused all my problems. I would think... (2 replies)
... Small annular bulge and mild bilateral facet arthropathy contributes to stable mild spinal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... L4, there is minimal annular bulging and mild facet hypertrophy. ... (2 replies)
... Hey Folks, Have spent most of my time on the pain management board dealing with chronic neck and shoulder pain. Aside from that, 14 years ago, when I was 23, I had two lumbar laminectomies. One at L4-L5 and one at L5-S1. They were done a year apart. Caused by freak work accident. I was in great shape at the time and bounced right back. While fighting this neck and shoulder... (6 replies)
... there is some mild annular disc bulging. Canal diameter and neural foramen are within normal limits. ... (11 replies)
... S1 along with posterior annular fissure. ... (7 replies)
... Got my MRI results back and would like to know if anyone could tell me what they mean. so here it is: sagittal images show disc desiccation and annular bulging at L4-5 with similar findings seen on 9/19/01. no spinal stenosis or neural foraminal stenosis. conus medullaris appears normal and terminates at T12. Chronic mild anterior spondylosis and disc space narrowing at... (6 replies)
... slight anterior wedge deformity of the T12 vertebra is noted with anterior osteophyte formation and small posterior annular bulging without significant effect on the distal neural elements. ... (1 replies)
... left sided disc bulging with mild left L4 root impingement. ... (3 replies)
... L4 mild diffuse annular bulging without disc herniation. ... (2 replies)
... based disc bulging is present and similar to the previous myelogram asymetric decreased filling of the left S1 nerve root sleeve is found. No mass effect is present. ... (1 replies)
... n special shoes with a one inch lift in one shoe. The doctor told me having gone most of my life without corrective shoes has caused a curvature in my spine from L3 to S1. ... (3 replies)
... L4 annular bulging and facet hypertrohy. There is no canal stenosis or foraminal narrowing. ... (13 replies)
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Sep 27, 2003
... circumferential annular bulging. ... (12 replies)
... At what age is DDD normal? I am 33 and have been diagnosed with DDD, bulging disc's L3/L4 and L5-S1. My Ortho told me that I have the back of a 60 year old! I think it is a combo of heredity(thanks dad) and my physically strenious profession.Does that mean that when I am 60 I will have the back of a 90 year old person? Kinda scary. I would just like to have some idea of what I... (5 replies)
... means the disc is bulging but has not torn open. If the disk tears, it leaks out the stuff inside which severely irritates the nerves. ... (2 replies)


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