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... In May 2002, I was injured at work.I was standing on a tall stool, I lost my balance and fell back..and thats when all the pain began. ... (18 replies)
... What Causes Annular Tears In The Disc Spaces At L4-5 And L5-s1 I just received the results of my MRI which reads: DDD in the lumbar spine with slight sparring at L3-4. There is an annular tear in the disc space at L4-5 and L5-S1. There is a small left sided disc herniation at L4-5 causing mild impression on the thecal sac. There is a small right-sided disc herniation at... (9 replies)
... From what I have been told, I will have to live with the annular tear, there isn't anything they can do about it since the bulge is not worth operating on. ... (4 replies)

... I felt no pain. He compared that with my MRI and thought that was weird. He did see a grade V annular tear at this level also. ... (16 replies)
... Mild disk space narrowing, mild dorsal spondylosis in association with annular disk bulging, in association with a shallow central disk protrusion are present and slightly narrow the dural sac. ... (3 replies)
... Very painful. Only comfortable position was to lay down on side with leg drawn up to chest. Had ice pack glued to me all day. Luckily I don't work so can be at home. Could not ride in car at all. Too painful. Basically disabled. That was January. ... (5 replies)
... Mild facet arthropathy. Mild right foraminal disc bulge with annular tear with mild inferior right foraminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)
... Mild facet arthropathy. Mild right foraminal disc bulge with annular tear with mild inferior right foraminal narrowing. ... (31 replies)
... The conus medullaris ends at appropriate level. Lumbar spine alignment is normal. Vertebral bodies have normal marrow signal and height. ... (8 replies)
... I'm a female in my forties that received a Charite' implant a few years ago. I have suffered through 5 hospital stays and numerous ER visits over the past three years. ... (15 replies)
... There are only a couple I believe of ADR's approved in the USA at the moment. There are certain criteria that must be met before you can be considered for ADR. One of the most important ones is the state of the facet joints. ... (15 replies)
... Has anyone had it done at New England Baptist Hospital in Boston? ... (15 replies)
... The L4-5 and L5-S1 are biforaminal annular tears with a broad-based disc displacement at the L4-5 level and shallow disc displacement at L4-5,my symptoms are severe pain,like so intense a freakin navy seal couldn't tolerate,if I try to do silly things like standbup straight for more than 10 min,walk more than 40 ft,bend to load the dishwasher,a trip to Wal-Mart for 5... (11 replies)
... I'm still waiting for a call back from the neuro, but in the mean time I had the PM docs office fax me over the discogram report. The symptoms and pain I'm having sort of make sense now. Here are some of the highlights I've gleaned from the report: I highlighted a bunch of sections on the reports so I can ask the neuro about them. (42 replies)
... to left calf when sitting for 5 minutes or so, I will need to lay down to ease the pain. ... (31 replies)
... term will tear up his stomach some more! ... (1 replies)
Jan 2, 2002
... Hi Connie: It is late in the day, so I am fading out, so I will try to get through this as best I can. Your feet and legs symptoms are identical to mine. I just had an MRI done of lumbar spine and these are the results: Small left lateral annular tear and mild to moderate diffuse disc bulge at L2-3 without herniation, borderline central canal narrowing at this level,... (4 replies)
... The tear is caused by the spondy. When the vertebrae slip they render the disc unstable. My son's spondy tore his disc IN HALF! ... (5 replies)
... Fluid density is identified posterior to the spinal canal esp. at the l5 level. ... (0 replies)
... Is it possible that the tear or the bulge could be causing the problem and not the spondylolisthesis as the MRI and his doctors suspect? ... (5 replies)

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