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... I had an MRI due to severe back pain and having trouble understanding the results. What does this all mean? ... (3 replies)
... hi, im sorry to hear your in so much pain and not getting answers. i have a lot of similar aches and pains as you and like you im still waiting on answers 10 yrs later. ... (5 replies)
... dimension in the midline at the level of the superior endplate of S1. Foraminal stenosis is seen on the left side at this level with impingement upon the left L5 nerve root in the foramen. ... (5 replies)

... MRI of lumbar spine to evaluate for spinal canal compromise and nerve root impingement. ... (3 replies)
... ld mother of 2 boys and I have always enjoyed being active with them, but for the past year, especially the last 6 months I have been dpressed because of all the pain I have in my back. ... (9 replies)
... I'm facing my first bilateral lumbar nerve ablation on Tuesday. It appears the level above my fusion from 16 years ago may be moving slightly so if the ablation doesn't work I'm not sure what it next. ... (16 replies)
... I have to have an emg and nerve conduction study done of the bilateral lower extremeties next week and I'm scared to death. Has anyone had this done and how painful is it? ... (3 replies)
... cedures, but the mind set plays a huge role in recovery. I have been very depressed over this condition, I have 2 bum knees, a groin strain, costochondritis, and bilateral sciaticia from this Chemical Radicuilitus. ... (1 replies)
... ight paracentral disc bulge or protrusion that extends superior to the disc level approx. 8 mm and appears to contact and mildly compress the descending right L5 nerve root in the inferior aspect of the lateral recess of L5. There is moderate to severe right and moderate left foraminal stenosis. ... (7 replies)
Spondylolisthesis
Mar 28, 2008
... I just went through a series of surgical consultations and what I mostly walked away with is that, as long as there is no significant risk of permanent nerve damage, this is elective surgery. ... (7 replies)
Negative Discogram
Jan 24, 2008
... alists who do this surgery are in California and I'm in Alabama. The surgery is not so much a "piriformis release" but more a detailed neurosurgery for a pelvic nerve entrapment syndrome. The recovery for it is pretty tolerable and the success rates are pretty good. ... (10 replies)
Negative Discogram
Jan 24, 2008
... alists who do this surgery are in California and I'm in Alabama. The surgery is not so much a "piriformis release" but more a detailed neurosurgery for a pelvic nerve entrapment syndrome. The recovery for it is pretty tolerable and the success rates are pretty good. ... (10 replies)
... L5..but the material diesn't appear to be touching L4 nerve root... Bilateral facet hypertrophy in lowerst 3 levels. ... (3 replies)
... hi sophia, your not alone cant sit, cant stand, cant walk too far. i have L5 S1 spondylolisthesis and bilateral foraminal stenosis. been having physio for 8months with no results, radiculopathy effects my left leg and limits my mobility, pain killers have no effect. ... (3 replies)
... hi lexi, i assume the bulge is the disc either pressing on the central canal known as central stenosis or if its pressing on the sciatic nerve exiting the foramen it is known as foraminal stenosis. i have bilateral foraminal stenosis and it causes considerable pain in my left leg and poor mobility. ... (3 replies)
... based pseudobulge. Bilateral spondylolysis. Facet arthropathy. The findings result in severe biforaminal stenosis with compression of the exiting L5 nerve roots. The facet arthropathy on the right effaces the lateral border of the thecal sac. ... (4 replies)
... Well as many of you know I had my MRI on Mon. night and got my results yesterday at the pain center. ... (2 replies)
... I was dx'd with bilateral S1 and L5 RAD as well as right L4 RAD. The Dr. mentioned something about getting relief right away and then something about 12 hrs afterwards. ... (3 replies)
... I have been to several Doctors to fix multiple complications at 3 levels in the lumbar region.I have what they beleive are 2 bilateral tarlov cysts in april they were 4.1 cm and in may they're 5.5cm growing at a quick rate. ... (13 replies)
Spinal Tumors
Jul 25, 2005
... Hi, thanks. Actually, I do have both (a sacral tarlov cyst is present as well). The tumor itself expands from L4/L5 - S1/S2. The neurological surgeon thinks it is either an ependymoma or nerve sheath/schwannoma. Most likely benign, but unknown at this point. We just imaged my thoracic and cervical spine as well, because my knee-jerk reflexes are very hypermobile, which... (5 replies)




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