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... ago I finally got into an orthopedic surgeons office. He ordered a MRI and I had the MRI two days later. He gave me dialadid 2mg for the pain that has not helped at all. I called his offive for the results and was told he was on vacation and I could see him June 20th or something like that. ... (0 replies)
... Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. ... (40 replies)
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... laminectomies at L5 and S1. ... (40 replies)
... There is approximately 10 mm of anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. There are bilateral pars interarticularis defects at the L5 level. ... (11 replies)
... S1 neural foramina. Correlation with radiculopathy at this level is advised. ... (11 replies)
Nov 22, 2013
... p sudden muscle weakness such as a drop foot or suddenly lose control of bladder or bowel, seek medical attention right away. Whenever one has nerve compression at these lower lumbar areas, one needs to be aware of the symptoms of "cauda equina syndrome. ... (10 replies)
Nov 22, 2013
... Hello everyone, back again. This time I have MRI results and am hoping someone could shed light on what this means to me. My doc said,"everything's ok, nothing to worry about" left me feeling a little uneasy. Anyway, here it is: 1. grade II anterolisthesis at L5-S1. 2. L4-L5 mild right and moderate left neural foraminal narrowing secondary to 2-3 mm posterior disc bulge and... (10 replies)
Jun 16, 2009
... S1 and it is most definitely in my lower MRI clearly shows the L5 vertebra hanging over the edge of my S1. I often do get some hip pain from time to time, which I'm sure is a result of the vertebral slippage. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all I've been reading & writing posts on the peripheral neuropothy forum as I was convinced that was what I had - but neurologist assured me on Monday I do not. Presently my only symptom, other than tiredness is severe burning in my feet - mainly in the soles However initially when this whole syndrome started a year ago the pain was in back of my lower back, back of... (0 replies)
Back pain
May 18, 2009
... S1 due to bilateral spondylolysis, associated with severe bilateral forminal stenosis and compression of both L5 nerve roots. One neurosurgeon recommended surgery and the second opinion said wait and try to lose weight and till pain is worse. ... (1 replies)
... el cold on the sides of either feet and I am walking with a cane. I have neck and shoulder pain and it is always stiff and giving me headaches. My hands go blue at times. I feel numbness in my hands and they tingle. Should I get a second opinion? ... (5 replies)
... Disc osteophyte complex at several levels is an indication that the spine is weakening or that there are degenerative changes going on. ... (16 replies)
... S1 there are bilateral L5 pars defect with minor anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. There is mild posterior anular bulge. A degenerative cyst is noted at the dorsal aspect of the left pars defect. A small effusion is present in the right facet joint. Central canal and foramina are adequately patent. ... (1 replies)
Mri analysis
Jun 15, 2012
... oblems in your spine. Surgeons usually focus on the one that has the most potential to cause additional problems first. Surgery is never performed on two areas at the same time, except in very rare exceptions. ... (2 replies)
... Hello I'm new to the board but I've read many articles on this message oard for the last few weeks. I've lumbar stenosis and disc bulge and herniated disc throughout my lumbar spines since 2007. I also have lupus and RA and other autoimmune diseases. The chronic pain on my lower back has been manageable until last October(2015). I started having numbness on my big... (54 replies)
... There is a grade 1 anterolisthesis on L5 n S1. there is no significant foraminal stenosis seen.. There is moderate bilateral neural foraminal stenosis noted. ... (5 replies)
Nov 8, 2004
... S1 level, which is accentuated at the lumbosacral level due to the listheses.. ... (3 replies)
... There are large pars defects at L5 bilaterally without marrow edema, consistent with nonacute pars defects. There is 14 mm of spondylolisthesis with anterior slippage of L5 upon S1. ... (8 replies)
... There are large pars defects at L5 bilaterally without marrow edema, consistent with nonacute pars defects. There is 14 mm of spondylolisthesis with anterior slippage of L5 upon S1. ... (0 replies)

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