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... mildly severe facet arthropathy. ... (16 replies)
... mildly severe facet arthropathy. ... (4 replies)
... arthritis and ligamentous hypertrophy is present. ... (1 replies)

... CLINICAL HISTORY: Low back pain and bilateral buttock and hip pain. Bilateral groin pain. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF THE LUMBAR SPINE: TECHNIQUE: Sagittal T1 and T2 weighted images were obtained of the lumbar spine, supplemented by axial T1 and T2 weighted images. (5 replies)
My story
May 11, 2007
... at this level as a result of disc disease, facet osteoarthropathy and ligamentous hypertrophy. ... (9 replies)
... at this level as a result of disc disease, facet osteoarthropathy and ligamentous hypertrophy. ... (5 replies)
... Through the level of fusion, there is mild bilateral neural foraminal narowing due to facet hypertrophy. The central canal appears patent due to laminectomy. ... (1 replies)
... Hi- sounds like my exact situation. Still working through it and on Terterii66's advice I am getting a Flexion/ Extension x-Ray this week on Thursday. She is very knowledgable and has helped me find new direction. All of my radiology reports read like some of yours and there is nothing " unremarkable " about any parts of my MRIs/ Myleogram or CT scans. Right leg pain just... (19 replies)
... Unremarkable intervertebral disc, facet and foramina. No change from previous. ... (19 replies)
... ligamentous hypertrophy with resultant mild to moderate canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... There is low grade left facet and ligamentous hypertrophy. A left lateral disc bulge and left foraminal stenosis, does not result in nerve root impingement. ... (7 replies)
Help my back!
May 12, 2015
... It doesn't help that I work in a cancer center and have seen 3 patients go wrongly diagnosed by their PCP and keep getting sent to PT and for facet injections for them to finally realize there was a cancer going on and these young patients end up at our desk. ... (2 replies)
... here is a moderate degree of spinal stenosis secondary to disk bulge and facet and ligamentous hypertrophy At both these levels, there are bulging discs and the facet joints and surrounding ligaments are showing signs of "hypertrophy" which means increasing in size or enlarging. ... (3 replies)
... L5 there is no focal disc protrusion or stenosis. Mild facet and ligamentous hypertrophy is seen. No foraminal narrowing or exiting nerve root abutment is identified. ... (2 replies)
... Mild disc space narrowing. Diffuse disc bulge with mild facet arthropathy moderate spinal stenosis and bilateral recess stenosis, worse on the left. ... (3 replies)
... L4 disc height loss, mild endplate changes, mild facet facet arthrotrophy and ligamentous hypertrophy. Small broad based disc osteophyte complex. mild central and bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... Your back isnt "normal", but then again no 46 year old's back is anymore! Hope this helps you. (5 replies)
... with a posterior contained annular tear and a broad based disc bulge indenting on the thecal sac, but not causing any significant neural compression. Significant facet joint arthritic changes and moderate ligaments atrophy also noted at this level with modest decrease in canal dimensions. ... (5 replies)
... L5 with endplate sclerosis and osteophyte formation and moderate facet osteoarthropathy. ... (3 replies)
... mild facet arthrotrophy is simply arthritis at the facet joint and ligamentous hypertrophy is swelling of the ligament that runs down the length of the spine. ... (5 replies)

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