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... :confused: Newbee to this board I really didn't know I had any back problems because my hip hurts so bad. The report does list multiple hip problems that I did recognize but I don't have a clue what "bilateral facet joint arthropathy at L4-5 and L4-S1 level. Localized fluid collection. " is taking about. That stuff sounds like spine. (2 replies)
... and mild bilateral facet arthropathy. ... (7 replies)
... there is moderate disc narrowing and 10mm anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 and this is associated with severe bilateral facet joint arthropathy at this level. ... (5 replies)

... I have just received the results of a ct scan and it shows 'severe bilateral facet joint arthropathy' what does this mean: dizzy: (5 replies)
... A circumferential disc bulge indents the thecal sac. This along with facet joint arthropathy causes mild to moderate right and mild left neural foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 68 year old relatively healthy guy with a family history of " bad backs " and have had on and off back pain for years - probably since my 20s. Occasionally I would also get soreness in my right butt cheek area. About 10 days ago I was putting a heavy power washer on a trailer and dont really know it that was the start of my current problem or not. Anyways during... (15 replies)
... Mild bilateral facet arthropathy. ... (56 replies)
... Mild bilateral facet arthropathy. ... (1 replies)
... I have had several MRI's and have seen several DRs. and they don't explain what they mean.I apologize for the length of this. c5-c6 bilateral facet joint degenerative change,uncoverebral hypertrophy c6-c7 diffuse disk bulge , left facet joint degenerative changes T6-T7 paracentral disk herniation(small) T7-T8 diffuse disk bulge (3 replies)
... for about 4 months i have been having lower pain on and off. but for the last 2 weeks its been permanent and worse lately its been my lower back all the way to my knees with constant pain and i dont know want to do. My medicene doctor took me to get x-rays on my Lumbar spine. My doctor was supposed to help me get a specialist but he's not really helping me.This is really... (1 replies)
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Jan 20, 2009
... I got x-rays last week because i had back pain. And my doctor cant understand the diagnostic report hopefully someone can help me. Here is what it said. EXAMINATION: x-RAY LUMBAR SPINE HISTORY: The patient is a 42-year-old female with nontraumatic back pain for approximately two months. TECHNIQUE: AP, oblique, lateral and spot views of lumbar spine. FINDING: There... (0 replies)
... The vertebral bodies are normal in height. No compression fracture. Bilateral pars defects at L5 level. ... (7 replies)
... due to repetitive movements of extension and rotation which leads to an increase in shear forces in the lumbar spine. As shear forces increase, pressures on the facet joints increase. These forces are then transmited to the pars interarticularis. ... (2 replies)
... Moderate hypertrophic facet joint arthropathy and mild ligamentous hypertrophy. ... (0 replies)
... S1 results in grade 1 anterolisthesis by 5mm. Results in mild bilateral foraminal narrowing but no spinal stenosos. There may be a pars interarticularis defect on left of this level. ... (1 replies)
... Please help, I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years ago at the age of 34. I underwent bilateral mastectomy and 6 rounds of chemotheropy. Last October I started experiencing a great deal of back and hip pain. ... (9 replies)
... disk,Bilateral pars interarticularis defects at L5,Displacement of the thecal sac at L5,anterior slippage of the upper that uncovers the intervertabral disc,some facet joint arthropathy,Discogenic impingement on the L5 nerves in their foraminae with neural flattening to the right.Spondylolisis. ... (2 replies)
... Trace disc protrusion on the left. No central canal or neural foraminal narrowing. 3 to 4 mm bilateral perineural cysts are noted. ... (16 replies)
... There is no evidence of free fragment or neural element encroachment. The facet joints are normal. There is no significant central canal or foraminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
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