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... stenoses. Modic marrow degenerative changes are noted within the adjacent endplates. ... (9 replies)
Totally confused
Mar 10, 2011
... level with degenerative disc changes. ... (3 replies)
... eriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)

... eriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... eriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... no central canal stenosis. mild facet joint degenerative change bilaterally. there is slight retrolisthesis of 4 and 5. ... (2 replies)
... II anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. ... (7 replies)
... II anterolisthesis of L5 on S1. ... (3 replies)
... Hello Teteri, Thanks for always reply to my post. You are the guardian angel of this forum! The professor surgeon is from UCSF as is my surgeon. The other surgeon is orth.spine but not affiliated with UCSF. The neurogram didn't indicate anarchnoiditis but both surgeons said it's hard to read due to motion degradation. So their diagnosis were based on the CT scan done... (31 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Very simply put, there are some degenerative changes in the lower three segments of the lumbar spine that are causing some compression of the spinal nerves in the foramina at these levels. ... (1 replies)
... I am having lower back pain that is worse when I walk. The pain goes down my buttocks into my thighs and I feel like my hamstrings are really tight. My right foot will also occasionally go numb. The pain is relieved while sitting or laying down. Below is my MRI results and I was told that I need surgery. I was referred to an orthopedic surgeon in my area that I have heard... (9 replies)
Facing surgery
Apr 1, 2016
... Roxygirl Junior Member Join Date: Dec 2012 Posts: 14 Default Cervical spine problems I am a 60 year old female with a history of longstanding spinal stenosis. 10 years ago, I had a two level foramenectomy without fusion due to bone spurs compressing the nerves and causing loss of function of my hand. The surgery was a success. I have markedly increased pain... (11 replies)
MRI help please!
Sep 8, 2015
... discs are showing some signs of degenerative change, but according to report, there is no apparent nerve compression. ... (3 replies)
MRI help please!
Sep 8, 2015
... There is a 10 mm of anterolisthesis of L5 with respect of S1. Disc space narrowing is seen. There is a diffuse bulging annulus. No evidence of central canal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... There is marked straightening of the normal cervical lordotic curve with mild reversal. At C2C3 there are left lateral uncovertebral hypertrophic changes narrowing the left neural foramen. At C3C4 there is "degenerative" disc changes with a 3 to 4 mm broad-based disc, greater on the right impinging upon the right anterior aspect of the spinal cord creating a contour... (0 replies)
... Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 measuring approximately 7 mm. Resulting unroofing of a disc bulge. This is asymmetrically enlarged in the right subarticular and foraminal regions. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Folks- I'm trying to understand my mother's MRI and to help her make some difficult decisions about surgery. She is 80 years old and has severe back pain. The results of her MRI are as follows: 1. Advanced multilevel degenerative changes of the lumbar spine most pronounced at L4-L5. At L4-L5 there is severe spinal canal stenosis due to a combination of disc bulging,... (8 replies)
... Hi all, First time posting. I had an X-ray and MRI done 7 yrs ago which the outcome was my doctor told me I had a subluxation at my L5-S1. She told me to go to Physical Therapy and I did. After all of my sessions the Physical Therapist said there was nothing more he could do " I could look into surgery or utilize the techniques I learned and deal with the pain". I am in the... (8 replies)
... I had an X-ray and MRI done 7 yrs ago which the outcome was my doctor told me I had a subluxation at my L5-S1. She told me to go to Physical Therapy and I did. After all of my sessions the Physical Therapist said there was nothing more he could do " I could look into surgery or utilize the techniques I learned and deal with the pain". I am in the military and chose the second... (0 replies)
... I see that I forgot to address the spondylolisthesis which is mentioned in the first sentence of your report! If you look at an x-ray or MRI of the spine from the side, you'll notice that the vertebrae all line up. Spondylolisthesis is a condition of spinal instability. When there is a spondylolisthesis, one vertebra has slipped over the top of the adjacent one. This can... (11 replies)


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