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... causing mild impression on the thecal sac. ... (9 replies)
MRI Results
Mar 11, 2008
... I posted a few days ago the results of my MRI. I didn't have specific details about it, but now I do. I just want to know how bad they are or if they are bad at all. ... (6 replies)
... Hi and welcome the boards. ... (9 replies)

... and stenosis which resulted in constant sciatic pain. By the time I had surgery I could not stand or walk for more than about 2 minutes at a time. However my pain was relieved by sitting or lying down. ... (9 replies)
... onse. I am new to message boards! Just looking for some insight to my issues. I am not sure I am responding to your reply correctly. My first MRI was in March of 06 2 weeks after my fall... ... (9 replies)
... however the hit did the irreparable damage. I found out after my first MRI that I had some mild DDD going on prior to my accident. I was never aware of this beforehand...didn't have pains.. It also revealed a midline herniation. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to this board! Sorry to hear of your pain. ... (14 replies)
... A small central disc protrusion with annular tear is present, flattening the thecal sac anteriorly. Mild degenerative facet joint changes noted. ... (5 replies)
Annular tears
Aug 11, 2004
... Hi all. I have read a lot of post that have mentioned annular tears in them, but they have all been referred to as radial, etc. ... (3 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)
... much at all, but it doesn't hurt my stomach. However, yesterday I was in so much pain I cried for 24 hours, and I took two after not having any for a while, and the pain is better today. ... (2 replies)
... By all means, contact the doc who did your hand surgery for a referral, assuming you are satisfied with his work! He can probably get you in sooner than if you call on your own. ... (9 replies)
... I would not recommend a chiropractor because of the annular tear and small herniation. They can easily cause you to have even more problems by doing adjustments. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Marlosmom, Thank you for your response. I will certainly contact Dr. Osterman!! I am very pleased with the surgery he did on my wrist and elbow. I would much rather have a referral from a physician than word of mouth our using the yellow pages!! ... (9 replies)
... I hope this combination of meds and treatments will work well for you. I think those meds are fairly standard for what ails you. I take skelaxin and have no problems with it. ... (9 replies)
... about your back issues...mine are nothing in comparison! I surely wish you well! In an effort to continue conservative treatment I visited an Ortho doctor from the Rothman Institute today. I was given prescriptions for Lidoderm patches... ... (9 replies)
... S1.I had herniations and loss of disc height in both those disc as well. I can tell you, when my pain mgt. doc was examining me on my first appt., he had me bend backwards. WELL...... ... (9 replies)
... Have you scheduled the microdiscectomy procedure? ... (9 replies)
... discectomy as I opted for the full on fusion. ... (18 replies)
... From what the rad tech told me the other day when I was getting a bone density test, the MRI uses magnetic field and the CT scan uses radiation, nukes you. ... (5 replies)

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