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... ase. Many surgeons do not like to fuse more than three levels...which would be like L3 to S1. Of course this all depends on the surgeon and his training. When I first had sciatic pain back in 2005, I started making the rounds, gathering opinions. ... (8 replies)
... I realize I'm replying to my own thread. Really hoping for feedback as I was unable to reach the neurosugeron's PA today and was told she might not get back to me until later this week. ... (4 replies)
Options after MRI
Jun 27, 2013
... I just got my MRI results and after going over them with my Dr. along with the work restrictions he suggested and I am considering going on leave from my job for about a month to do the PT, steroid shots and nerve conduction testing needed. ... (3 replies)

... The pain I have on my left lower back side is most likely due to item 1, and is what I think limits my activities and flares up when I do much bending, etc. I think this could possibly be helped by a very minor surgery. ... (15 replies)
... and I have to say that in this city getting a second opinion is near impossible. ... (5 replies)
... This condition can continue to be unstable and the grade can move up, meaning the amount of slipeage becomes greater. Many people are able to live with a Grade I spondylolisthesis. Many are not even aware they have it until imaging is done for some other purpose and it is noticed. ... (8 replies)
... Welcome to the board, I too am new here and will add, you are among friends.... ... (7 replies)
... S1. She told me to go to Physical Therapy and I did. After all of my sessions the Physical Therapist said there was nothing more he could do " I could look into surgery or utilize the techniques I learned and deal with the pain". I am in the military and chose the second option. ... (8 replies)
... S1. She told me to go to Physical Therapy and I did. After all of my sessions the Physical Therapist said there was nothing more he could do " I could look into surgery or utilize the techniques I learned and deal with the pain". I am in the military and chose the second option. ... (0 replies)
... I have been reading through the posts here and I already feel welcomed and among friends. ... (3 replies)
Help!!
Nov 22, 2013
... What on earth type of doctor told you everything is fine?? Are you in pain? 1. grade II anterolisthesis at L5-S1. 2. L4-L5 mild right and moderate left neural foraminal narrowing secondary to 2-3 mm posterior disc bulge and facet joint hypertrophy. Bilateral exiting nerve root compromise is seen. 3. L5-S1 Bilateral pars defects are seen. Severe bilateral neural foraminal... (10 replies)
... yea there is a Impression part i should have mentioned. ... (19 replies)
... c6 facet on the left. The right appears normal. There is sclerosis seen in the most leftward lateral aspect of the c4 vertebra. . I suspect the mr finding are related to reactive edema secondary to these degenerative changes. ... (0 replies)
... ray. It is referred to in the report as Grade 1 anterolisthesis which means a small amount of slippage toward the front side of body. ... (1 replies)
Back pain
Aug 21, 2014
... S1 level demonstrates Grade III anterolisthesis with complete loss of disc height. This is due to bilateral L5 pars defects. There is sclerosis along the adjacent end plates. ... (1 replies)
... Often with a Grade I or II, a person may not even be aware of the problem. It is not noticeable unless a nerve root becomes pinched. ... (21 replies)
Help!!
Nov 22, 2013
... Hello everyone, back again. This time I have MRI results and am hoping someone could shed light on what this means to me. ... (10 replies)
Anterolisthesis
Dec 3, 2008
... How can I tell what grade my slippage is of the L4/5 is .My mri just gives the mm's . The mri says 5mm. (1 replies)
Surgery????
May 22, 2013
... S1 8mm grade 2 anterolisthesis with bilateral stenosis and pars defects. ... (11 replies)
... Hello Physicians, I am an MD.The patient is my grandmother. Her MRI reports showed Lumbar spondylosis with degenerative disc disease & Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 with posterior disc protrusion & ligamentum flavum hypertrophy causing LUMBAR CANAL STENOSIS, which is responsible for tingling numbness in bilateral lower limbs & weakness in left leg.the condition has... (3 replies)




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