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... there is a disc bulge with mild impression on the thecal sac and mild left foraminal stenosis. There is no significant central canal stenosis. Mild lower lumbar facet arthropathy is noted. No gross prevertebral or paraspinal soft tissue abnormality is observed. ... (0 replies)
... enhancing annual fissure. mild facet joint arthropathy.mild rt. lateral recess narrowing. ... (5 replies)
... al segments and how degenerative changes in one part tends to set of a cascading series of changes in the other parts. Things like when there is a bulging disc, facet arthropathy tends to occur as well as the body seeks to compensate for change in that disc. ... (3 replies)

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... based disc bulge. There is diminished disc signal. There is contact upon both descending S1 nerve roots, but no displacement. There is no facet arthropathy or inflammation. ... (3 replies)
... bulging disc, facet joint arthropathy and annular tears are the most common of the degenerative issues. ... (3 replies)
... arthritis of the facet joints. ... (7 replies)
MRI results
Aug 13, 2006
... Hi could anyone interpret my results for me and confirm that the severe pain I get in my lower back and left leg especially when walking can be attributable to this. I have had an MRI scan that shows At L4/L5 a broad based, left postero-lateral disc protrusion into the left lateral exit foramen with neural contact of the exiting left L4 nerve within. At L5/S1 a further left... (8 replies)
Lumbar stenosis
Feb 28, 2013
... Simply put, you have some degenerative changes going on at several levels of your lumbar spine. This happens to everyone sooner or later...the spine begins its aging process in our 20s. ... (1 replies)
... mild SI joint arthropathy bilaterally. ... (1 replies)
Mri ??
Nov 3, 2012
... level. No acute fracture is seen. There is degenerative change at T12 L1 congenital bony spinal canal dimensions appear normal. Visualized conus medullaris appears normal. ... (3 replies)
New to this...
Feb 28, 2012
... I had a head on accident in 1987 that broke some ribs and caused a concussion. No back injury was noted at that time but months later I started having issues that I addressed with a chiropractor and seemed to be doing better. ... (3 replies)
... which showed a large synovial cyst down at the bottom of my spine...well, actually within the spinal canal. Ah ha! At least we knew what was causing the problem. ... (44 replies)
... Just got my MRI back with the following results: 1. Small posterior annular tear and mild broad based disc protrusion at L5-S1 2. Mild facet degenerative arthropathy at L4-5 and L5-S1 Symptoms I went to the doctor with were slight lower back pain on the left side, mostly concerned about nerve twitching in my left leg (mostly above the knee) and once in a while some... (4 replies)
... Lower Lumbar facet arthropathy. ... (3 replies)
... I have a bulging disk at L5-S1 and signs of degenerative facet arthropathy L4-5 & L5-S1 which I have been seeing a Chiro forthe past 3 month with good results. Nearly pain free. I came across an ad for Vax-D and tried it for 3 sessions and now feel like I've lost 3 weeks of therapy due to Sciatic pain returning. Anyone have any experiences with this style treatment (5 replies)
... watching the Tour de France bicycling on TV. There was a huge crash and I got my finger on the wrong key and poof! Gone. I didn't have the heart to start over at that will try again now. ... (3 replies)
... I can't get into him for at least 3 weeks. ... (0 replies)
... is unbelievable. She said the tightness in the muscle maybe causing all of my problems. She asked if I've had an MRI on my hips at all and I said no. ... (1 replies)
... show normal marrow signal intensity. Vertebral alignment is normal. Left paracentral disc protrusion measures 3mm in AP dimension and mildly compresses the left S1 nerve root. There is no compression of the the thecal sac. There is no spinal canal or foraminal stenosis. ... (6 replies)

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