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... Facet arthropathy is what is causing the pain you feel in the lower back...and there is not a lot that can be done about it. ... (7 replies)
... disc.. disc space narrowing is noted at these levels.. ... (3 replies)
... at 15 yrs of neck pain and 7 yrs post fusion and still in chronic pain from that as well. He then wanted me to have a nuclear medicine bone scan so he could look at the bones of my spine. ... (7 replies)

... of facet hypertrophic changes. ... (5 replies)
Here we go again
Apr 15, 2016
... The surgery worked out well at that time. ... (14 replies)
... with no significant central stenosis. Mild or moderate bony left foraminal stenosis is seen at these levels. ... (1 replies)
... vertebrae are connected to one another via facet joints which are covered with smooth cartilage, encased by a capsule of ligaments but like all joints they can become arthritic. ... (25 replies)
... te atypical imaging features, this likely represents a hemangioma given its unchanged appearance. Other more typical appearing hemangiomas are seen, the largest at T11. ... (19 replies)
... as I really don't think he should have twisted me like this without waiting on the MRI. I had a MRI on my lower back years ago and had facet issues but not as bad as now. Degenerative disc disease in my neck and lower back was the general diagnosis from my past MRIs. ... (2 replies)
... certain adjectives that are used by radiologists to classify how severe certain conditions are, such as stenosis, disc herniation, etc. They give anyone looking at the report a general idea of the severity. ... (11 replies)
... protrusion. This extends posterior to the superior endplate of L5. This exerts 6.6mm of mass effect on the anterior aspect of the thecal sac at it maximum mild facet arthopathy. Ap caliber of the thecal sac at the point of maximum anterior sac impression is 11.5mm. At this level, the spinal canal measures 18mm ap. ... (0 replies)
Help with an MRI
Mar 23, 2012
... A transitional vertebra is seen at the lumbosacral junction with lumbarization of S1 vertebra. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, well I had my second round of MRI'S done and a visit with the surgeon. Nothing was hopefully changing at thi meeting. The surgeon explained what he would do with my spine operation. ... (6 replies)
... Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L4 on L5. Slight narrowing of L5 S1 interspace. Degenerative change in apophyseal joints L4 L5 and L5 S1. ... (4 replies)
... I've had flexion/extension x-ray..It was negative. Usually when the pain is most severe in when I lean forward and to the right. Something definitely gets pinced, then for the next week I can't walk, sit, or stand.. and we repeat this cycle about every 6 weeks..Do you think a Myelogram, or discogram would give them more info? (3 replies)
... The MRI report also mentions "facet joint arthropathy" at both these segments. This means you have some arthritis that is affecting the facet joints. The facet joints are synovial joints that allow the spine to bend and twist. The facet joints are located on the back of the spinal column. ... (3 replies)
EMG Positve
Nov 24, 2015
... I will be very curious to hear what the neurosurgeon has to say....I went back and looked at the two MRI reports that you posted and there is no indication of what is causing nerve damage. There apparently is no specific nerve compression. ... (14 replies)
MRI advice
Sep 27, 2012
... The cord and conus are normal distally and terminate in a normal postion at the L1 level. assuming 5 lumbar vertebrae. ... (5 replies)
... There is no significant facet arthropathy. ... (23 replies)
... inability to do anything requiring arms at or above shoulder height for very long. ... (4 replies)


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