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... disc spondylosis and facet hypertrophic changes. ... (25 replies)
... hypertrophic changes and mild to moderate ligamentum flavum thickening. ... (12 replies)
... level demonstrates uncovertebral hypertrophic changes. no central or foraminal stenosis. Small 0.3 cm central disc protrusion. ... (5 replies)

... L3 facet hypertrophic changes are noted. ... (6 replies)
... Neural foramen can be narrowed by disc herniations, bone spurs from the edge of the vertebral body, or spurs or osteophytes from the facet joints. ... (1 replies)
... S1, facet hypertrophic changes are noted. Loss of disc space height. Broad based disc bulging with annular degeneration. No central canal stensois. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... diffuse disk bulge, osteophyte complex with facet hypertrophic changes and flavum hypertrophy contributing to severe cnetral canal stenosis and severe biforaminal narrowing. ... (7 replies)
... of facet hypertrophic changes. ... (5 replies)
... to prior with increased T2 signal changes likely denervation related. ... (8 replies)
... Small central disc protrusion in conjunction with mild bilateral facet hypertrophic changes with congenital short pedicles results in mild bilateral neural foraminal and spinal canal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... DIFFUSE DISC BULGE AND SUBTLE SUPERIMPOSED CENTRAL PROTRUSION WITH ANULAR RENT. ALSO SUBTLE LEFT FORMINAL PROTRUSION ABUTTING EXITING NERVE ROOT LATERALLY. MILD FACET HYPERTROPHIC CHANGES.MINIMAL FORAMINAL NARROWING AS ABOVE. ... (3 replies)
... based disc bulge and disc osteophyte complexes combine with moderate right neural foraminal stenosis with the endplate and facet hypertrophic changes encroaching upon the existing nerve root. ... (1 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 11, 2011
... S1 you have mild narrowing which could possibly put pressure on a nerve. At the level above, there is enlargement of the facet and narrowing on both sides which could also impinge on a nerve. ... (9 replies)
... The posterior vertebral alignment is normal. Multilevel discogenic degenerative changes are seen from L1 through S1. ... (25 replies)
... Hi. Yes. That is exactly what is said. I thought it sounded odd too but, chalked it up to "doctor speak". I was hoping it might make more sense to someone here. :-) 1st edit.. Wait, wait, wait... It appears I missed the first part. (12 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 11, 2011
... Hi. I have been having back realted pain for over a year now and just had an MRI last week. If someone would please help me understand the results. The dr just sent me an email and said that she was going to refer me to rehab/physical therapy. I emailed her back asking to be referred to a spine specialist but have not heard anything back so far. MRI showed: Mild... (9 replies)
... level demonstrates ild facet hypertrophic changes and mild disc bulge with minimal left foraminal stenosis due to left eccentric disc bulge. ... (1 replies)
... From my few weeks of "Internet Medical School", I think that "osteophyte complex with facet hypertrophic changes" is on mine and I believe the Doc said that's arthritis. ... (7 replies)
... moderate disc dessication and moderate sized uncovertebral joint spurs left greater than right with mild facet hypertrophic changes. 2mm broad based disc bulge. the spinal canal appears slightly in excessof 1cm. ... (3 replies)
Back xray report
May 28, 2005
... There are facet hypertrophic changes, great in the lower lumbar region. ... (1 replies)


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