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... I'm 23 and thought this was something that only happened with aging. What are the treatment options and what should I be looking forward to for a long term prognosis? ... (2 replies)
Buldging disc
Jan 1, 2005
... S1 Level in association with Disc space narrowing, Mild Diffuse Posterior Disc Buldge at this Level. Could someone help me understand this? ... (6 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Epidural lipomatosis is a relatively rare disorder where there is an accumulation of "fat" that is deposited on or outside the lining of the spine. It may press on the spinal cord and nerves. It is yet one more thing that can compress one or more spinal nerves. The usual symptom is back pain. Treatment for epidural lipomatosis can be either... (7 replies)

... C4 there is associated foraminal narrowing which may be significant. correlation with physical findings is recommended. ... (2 replies)
... disc protrusion, not significantly narrowing the neural foramen or impacting the exiting right L4 root. No central canal stenosis is present. ... (5 replies)
Increasing pain...
Jul 20, 2013
... no disc space narrowing, disc protrusion or stenosis. Normal facet joints. ... (19 replies)
... S1 level demonstrates significant disc space narrowing, vacuum space phenomenon, endplate sclerosis and osteophyt formations. ... (7 replies)
... times going to him. After it didnt really help i went to doctor wednesday who had ordered a spine xray. I knew i had some disc problems. ... (3 replies)
... S1 is all the radiologist can see on a plain xray of the disc problem that shows on the MRI. ... (7 replies)
... supply of "moisture" to the disc. It has to absorb nutrients from adjacent tissue. As we age the discs tend to lose moisture and dry out. This results in the disc flattening, which brings the bones closer together. This is referred to as "disc space narrowing. ... (2 replies)
... So bottom line, I don't have one surgeon that I preferred or have trust in what his diagnosis and treatment plan!! ... (54 replies)
... disk space and suggesting to get an MRI or a Myloegram. The employers doctor said it was a serious injury and that he could no longer see me again. ... (5 replies)
... no significant disc desiccation. There is a very minimal disc bulge asymmetric to the right. ... (2 replies)
... show no disc herniations or stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... too much disc space narrowing, is that good or bad? ... (2 replies)
... t a spine surgeon would consider a big deal, but then, he isn't the one dealing with the pain! The things described in the report are of a degenerative nature. Disc dessication is a drying out of the natural moisture content of the disc. ... (5 replies)
... It looks like the L5 spinal nerves may be compressed as they are coming from the thecal sac...but it is not taking space away from the foramina which is the opening through which the spinal nerves pass as they exit the spine and go out into the body. ... (2 replies)
... Kyphosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine and could have been caused instantly by a car accident the degenerative changes and mild disc space narrowing would occur over time but may have been started by trauma such as a car accident. ... (8 replies)
... Dessication means loss of water from the disc, which is normal as we age. The disc space narrowing is from the loss of water, and the disc is compressing somewhat. ... (5 replies)
... I am still here, waiting to begin what I hope will be an effective pain management program after 9 months of pain. I have completely ruled out doing any major disc surgery. Also heard from my HMO that they denied the orthopedic surgeon's request to authorize the prodisc. ... (69 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, bulging disc, ddd, degenerative disc disease, disc protrusion, fusion, herniated, lumbar disk herniation, mri help, mri report interpretation, spondylolisthesis

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