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... My son is wanting to join the army. He has a bilateral pars defect at l5. do you think this will be a problem, and how will it effect his everyday way of life? ... (0 replies)
... Hi everyone, this is my first post. I'm so glad to find this message board!! BACKGROUND: My 16yr old son was dx w/a bilateral pars defect at L5 - there is a 5mm break on each side so the middle of the vertebra is "floating" - we have been to 3 orthopedics.... all 3 say to WAIT and give it time to calm down and the pain will go away. Its been 3 months, he's literally don't... (2 replies)
... I also thought a pars defect meant fracture. I had a fracture at L5 and had Spondylolisthesis, where my L5 vertebrae was slipping out of place. They called the fracture a pars defect. ... (3 replies)

... Sounds like an error somewhere since a Pars Defect is a fracture of the pars most often seen at L5 causing Spondylolysis which can lead to a slippage of the vertebrae known as Spondylolisthesis. ... (3 replies)
... olisthesis is less than a grade I. He also has an "ununited secondary ossification center"....or it could just be on old chip fracture. The radiologist reads the pars defects and the "ununited secondary... ... (1 replies)
... ain in Dec 07 and by Feb, she could hardly stay on the field during a game. After Xrays, Ctscan adn MRI, she was diagnosed with Grade 1 spondylolisthesis with a bilateral pars defect at L5. ... (11 replies)
... s1. The worst part of my problem was a bilateral pars defect at l5. This was completely broken thru. Well I have had problems since. ... (10 replies)
... Hi I have several documents, they state that back then I had a bilateral pars defect at L5 ,grade 1 spondy and disk bulging above L5 and that the injury was clearly visulised on the left side. ... (6 replies)
... bilateral spondylolysis at lumbar 5 with anular disc bulging, my appointment to see an orthopedic surgeon is not until the 15th of this month.. ... (4 replies)
... n I drop something and cant get it.. consequently I have a dog and if he has an accident I have to wait for someone to come over and help me with it.. so I stare at it all day. ... (13 replies)
... I too, have had grade 2 spondy, with bilateral pars defect at L5 for most of my life. I also have severe DDD at that same level. I currently do NOT take any pain meds... ... (3 replies)
... In a recent thread the issue of seeing a Chiropractor for treatment came up. I thought this would be a good topic for discussion. Personally, I have nothing for or against Chiros. I saw on for a while. He was quite honest with me about my condition. He used a technique called activation, which minimized manipulation. After a period of time we re-evaluated. He said he really... (12 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)
... I am so happy to find all of this information on the web. I have only known about this condition for 10 years. I started complaining about the pain at age 12 and was told numerous times it was due to weight. Well in adulthood the pain condition continued even when I had a healthy weight. ... (5 replies)
... S1. Disc bulging at all 3 lumbar levels. ... (19 replies)
... which could be the cause of back pain and a bit of facet joint degeneration in the context of the pars defect is slightly encroaching on the nerve root but not in a way that makes me enthusiastic about surgery . ... (9 replies)
... L5 and the level above. He also said that there is a new device simalar that was just approved that allows more flexablity. This stablizes the pars. I have bilateral pars and it was undetected for years causing bouts of sever pain. My pain now is chronic and my Dr. ... (6 replies)
... Bilateral pars defects at L5 level. ... (7 replies)
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May 18, 2011
... Friend has "bilateral pars defect at L4, Grade 1 Spondylolytic Spondylolisthesis, Compression of traversing right L5 route. The most worrying, spike of bone sticking into thecal sac! Marked compression of existing right L4 route in its exit foramen. ... (1 replies)
... The surgery I had at the end of Feb was the Dysenys Stablization system. This is only FDA approved when you in addition to removing the disc and performing a traditional fusion. ... (10 replies)


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