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... Can someone please tell me what is a posterior central disc protrusion... I am assuming posterior mean the back of the spine.. A central disc protrusion means that the central part of the disc is protruding straight back, not to either side? ... (1 replies)
... L4 but my mid back feels pain and slowly moving up. anyone know if it will go away or if i have some kind of disease? ... (5 replies)
Dec 9, 2002
... I don't know for sure, but it's possible that your quadratus lumborum and erector spinae muscles are tight because they're protecting an area of your spine. ... (8 replies)

... Welcome to the board. I would guess that if this MRI is ten years old, you must have had back pain for at least that long! Ten years ago the report indicates a fair amount of degenerative disc disease, which is a fancy term for pain that is caused by a damaged intervertebral disc. ... (8 replies)
... Is most of your pain in the back or in the leg? ... (4 replies)
... I am experiencing very bad back pain so I had an MRI and see a spine specialist in a week. I have had back pain since I was about 14 years old so for about 15 years now. It seems to be worse now. ... (4 replies)
... it is actually one of my most troublesome pains! ... (4 replies)
... Long story short. I've been involved in 5 car accidents over the last 20 years. Four of them were from the rear when sitting at traffic lights or in traffic. ... (4 replies)
Feb 23, 2005
... and until we emptied out our 401K, I couldn't afford surgery. I am not sure what type of surgery I'll be having. ... (2 replies)
... Well for me, I've been dealing with my low back pain for three years now, it gets worse every day and I'm only twenty. It sounds like you are in the beginning stages of this. You do not have severe constant pain and hopefully it never comes to that. ... (30 replies)
... Hi all. I usually post on the Fibromyalgia board, but I visit here sometimes because of my back. ... (1 replies)
... Are you seeing a spine surgeon for an accurate diagnosis and plan of treatment? ... (3 replies)
Back injury
Mar 1, 2005
... Do you have an annular tear? ... (6 replies)
... There is nothing you can do for yourself at home other than rest and maybe ice or heat. You need to get in to see a spine specialist as soon as possible. ... (4 replies)
... Can anyone help me with the following information which I received on an MRI of my Lumbar area? ... (2 replies)
... I see I didn't really address some of your questions. A fusion is performed when there is instability at a particular vertebral segment or segments. ... (3 replies)
... the question you'd have to ask your doctor is if you are in the normal range. The area with the annular tear and impingement could be an area of concern if you have symptoms that are associated with that level. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 39 y.o very active female and after 2 years of lower back pain I finally had xrays and MRI done. ... (11 replies)
... rayed and there's no clear L5 then they call the one immediately following the transitional vertebrae L4, one reason why it says you have only 4. This doesn't seem to be too odd. ... (6 replies)
... even my meds at times just dull the pain. ... (34 replies)

Associated Tags: annular tear, back pain, compression of cord, degenerative disc, herniated disk, mri report interpretation, osteoporosis, pain relief

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