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... Hello, How extensive is this surgery. What kind of recovery period, severity, ? Thank you. I am scared. (4 replies)
... ach Vertebral opening that allows a spinal nerve to exit the central canal and go out to the area of the body it innervates. Both these areas can become smaller in diameter due to a variety of degenerative changes. When this occurs, it puts pressure on the nerve, resulting in pain and symptoms like numbness, tingling, etc. ... (4 replies)
... Any help reading my lumbar Mir is greatly appreciated. ... (4 replies)

... You have two discs that have herniated. They are the discs between the lumbar 4 and lumbar 5 vertebrae and between the lumbar 3 and lumbar 4 vertebrae. Unfortunately the MRI report does not tell us how significant is the herniation. ... (7 replies)
... s1 is the bottom disc in your spine which connects the lumbar area to the sacral area. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I hope this helps! I'm only 19 years old. And I just had an MRI done actually a week ago on my back. Now given I did have an injury that caused a bulging disc in my lumbar spine. But they also said that non injury related that my discs in my lower back were starting to deteriorate. ... (6 replies)
... Yes all these things could be related, especially the back pain, foot pain, tingling and incontinence. Those could all be related to a bulging or herniated disc in lumbar spine. However, the big toe pain sounds like possible gout, and I would ask Dr. about checking a uric acid level in blood. ... (19 replies)
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... Hello all Health Boards members. I have attempted to interpret these MRI reports in the past and present and still am without resolution. ... (7 replies)
... One unique aspect of the spine in any human being is that the aging process begins in our twenties. ... (6 replies)
Help with an MRI
Mar 23, 2012
... Bear in mind that any imaging such as MRI is one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (2 replies)
... First, I congratulate your PCP for suggesting you see a spine specialist sooner rather than later. ... (5 replies)
... ot coping well. Since then I have been suffering from back hip and neck pain and wake up every day with a headache at the back of my head. I have recenlty had an MRI of my brain which showed no problems, So I then had an MRI of my complete spine. These are the results. ... (4 replies)
... right central disc herniation. ... (3 replies)
... This is my 1st post to the board. I am so glad I found this place. I have back pain that radiates down one leg and causes pain in my thighs and butt. I kind of feel like this will be a permanent part of my life. It is hard to stay positive when you don't know how to fix the problem. ... (21 replies)
... cephalad extension of disc material behind the L1 vertebral body. ... (1 replies)
... t mean vertebra they are kind of different frequencies that show your spine, and the tissue that surrounds them in a slightly different way. ... (3 replies)
... I would like to define a few terms. You will notice that in both the lumbar spine and more so in the cervical spine stenosis is an issue. Stenosis is one common thing that causes the radiating pain those of us with back problems contend with. ... (18 replies)
Lumbar stenosis
Feb 28, 2013
... As you read comments on this board, keep in mind we do not have formal medical training, but participate as fellow back sufferers to share information and experience. ... (1 replies)
... I just got my MRI results back from an MRI I had done last week. There seems to be a lot going on and my regular Dr doesn't really do well with trying to explain things. ... (3 replies)

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