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Reading MRI
Oct 13, 2011
... Are you familiar with a dermatome map? ... (6 replies)
... This could be the source of your pain and other symptoms...again, look at a dermatome map. ... (2 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 11, 2011
... road map to know where to start looking. ... (9 replies)

MRI Questions
Aug 3, 2018
... Thank you so much for your explanation and the time it took for you to write it. I have looked at the dermatome map. ... (8 replies)
Back pain
Aug 26, 2013
... rtebral level sends nerve impulses to which places on leg that hurt to see which level corresponds with the hurting area. Sounds complicated but when you look at dermatome map its self explanatory. ... (4 replies)
... Hi martino, One thing ive noticed on me with "scope" type surgeries is that although the approach & entry with a laparascopic hysterectomy or gallbladder removal, micro back surgeries is that the work done inside is just as big or almost as big as the "cut me open" approach surgeries! It took months to get feeling back & for all neuropathy symptoms to go after my... (10 replies)
L5S1 post surgery
Mar 12, 2013
... scles or the nerve in the leg on the side of your previous nerve compression become irritated, on the calf is exactly where the L5 nerve root is, if looking at a dermatome map that shows which spinal nerves innervate which parts of the body. A dermatome map is interesting to me to look at anyway after having back surgery. ... (10 replies)
... row seats on those things are terrible. I have never had any problems like this riding my atv.... so might be the cause. Sorry to go on, My next websearch is a dermatome map that you mentioned and a search on spine specialist. thank you again. ... (5 replies)
... Wow! Now that's INFORMED! lol! Thank you! I'm assuming I can look at a dermatome map if I google it. Annular tears are painful, apparently! But I wonder how we get them? ... (11 replies)
... One is pushing out far enough that it is resting next to the thecal sac, but there is no indication it is pressing into the spinal cord. Again you can check the dermatome map to see if your symptoms seem to correspond with the nerves located at C5, C6 and C7. I will leave further explanation to those from the spinal cord board. ... (13 replies)
... type sensations in the hip, groin, thigh, leg, foot, ankle....again, if you consult a dermatome map, you may see that yours is running in a predictable pattern that will suggest which disc is involved. ... (10 replies)
... I have had four lumbar surgeries and am fused from L3 to S1. I have neuropathy in both feet...which may or may not be the result of my spinal issues...depends on which of my specialists is opining on the topic! I consider myself an expert in sciatic pain and all related issues! Generally speaking, if one has pain /numbness/tingling in both legs, there is stenosis in the... (27 replies)
... L5 segment. You can check a dermatome chart to see if your pain runs along the dermatomes for the L4, L5 and S1 nerves, just out of curiosity! ... (3 replies)
... nerves at L4, L5 and S1, look online for a "dermatome map." Of course our bodies aren't as neatly sectioned as the map, but it gives the doctor a reliable road map to know where to begin looking! ... (3 replies)
... Look online for a dermatome map to see which dermatome covers which area of the body...keeping in mind our individual bodies do not have quite so clear demarcations as shown on the chart! ... (7 replies)
... beyond the disc space and pressing into the foraminal openings at this level. It is also coming in contact with the L3 spinal nerve. This nerve innervates the dermatome that runs in a strip across the outside hip, across the top of the thigh and into the inside of the knee and calf. ... (8 replies)
Hello from the UK
Jul 25, 2017
... Welcome to the board. Your issue is not "awful" but it is very painful. Just to review basic spinal anatomy, the disc is the soft material, shaped like a hockey puck, that cushions the spine and provides a spacer between the vertebrae. It is comprised of something like 90% moisture, but has no direct arteries or veins running through it. As we age, the discs lose moisture... (7 replies)
... Basically the report indicates that there are degenerative changes throughout the lumbar spine area. The discs are comprised of something like 90% water and are the cushions between the bones of the spine. They obtain nutrients from the vertebral endplates which adjoin the edges of the disc but have no vessels running through them to provide nourishment. As we age, the... (7 replies)
... the nerves back there, wand those nerves travel all the way down the side of your leg, over to the front, across the knee and down to your toes! If you look up a dermatome map online it will show you where the nerves are and where on your body they go to, or control. ... (6 replies)
... Also, our bodies are not as clearly defined as what you see on the dermatome diagrams.... ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: annular tear, back pain, disc degeneration, disc herniation, disc protrusion, facet arthropathy, foraminal stenosis, mri, mri results, spine pain

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