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... Hi Al. I can certainly understand why you are worried. You are very young to have bulging discs. Can I ask what kind of dr. you saw who ordered the MRI? ... (12 replies)
... right back that had stopped me from bending over, on 19 Aug 2010. The cause was from batting in the sport of cricket at school. At first it wasn't strong pain, but noticable. ... (12 replies)
... The "thecal sac" is the spinal cord and its surrounding fluid. ... (4 replies)

... Welcome to the board. I am usually pretty good at putting MRI reports into language the lay person can understand, but it would appear you have had a surgery that is beyond my level of expertise! ... (5 replies)
... The facet joints are the synovial joints located at each vertebral segment that, along with the intervertebral discs, allow the spine to bend and twist. ... (3 replies)
... I guess I misunderstood. I thought you had pain further down in your leg. It could still be stenosis...and it may just not have progressed to the point where the nerve pain is into the leg. ... (23 replies)
... disc space narrowing with broard based posterior disc protrusion and annular tear which is indenting the anterior thesac sac narrowing the thesac 7.5mm dieameter and crowding nerve routes. Ligamentum flavum hyperttrophy and minor degenerative change in the facet joint. ... (9 replies)
... For this report my docotor prescribe me the pain killers for more then 1.5 years.but the pain killers doesn't reduce my pain . Day by day my back pain goes worse and it spreads to my legs. ... (7 replies)
... Hi I'm a 26 year old female who has been suffering from a lot of back pain I recently had an mri and here are the results. ... (2 replies)
Spine problems
Jul 20, 2011
... Grade 1 spondylolisthesis of L4 over l5 is seen which in comboination with the bare disc, facet arthropathy and ligamentum flavum thickening is causing secondary canal and lateral recess stenosis bilaterally. ... (0 replies)
... How far does a herniated disc have to impinge on the spinal cord before it causes symptoms? ... (1 replies)
... is the worst, with the herniation protruding into and flattening the thecal sac. ... (4 replies)
... minutes. I had a Boston Scientific spinal cord simulator implanted 3 yrs. ago which has not helped me in the past year. ... (9 replies)
... L6, which are in good position. The hardware is in good position with no evidence of fracture or loosening. Alignment appears within normal limits. There is no evidence of fracture. ... (11 replies)
... L1 Disc Reveals Diffuse Posterior Bulging, Indenting the Anterior Subarachnoid Space. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, and welcome to the board. ... (1 replies)
... also i post the MRI report thnaks Scott. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. You did mess yourself up exercising. In fact you have an extruding disc located toward the base of your spine between the lumbar 5 and sacral 1 vertebrae. ... (1 replies)
... just curious if your MRI report that i am assuming you have also had done at some point,mentioned anything about the word 'myelomalacia" being present within your cord,or how really impacted your actual cord is by the canal issue? ... (5 replies)
... The disc is mildly diminished in height and is diminished in signal intensity. There is a 6 mm central disc protrusion with an annular tear indenting the thecal sac and abutting the traversing S1 nerve roots. The spinal canal is normal in diameter. Facet joints are unremarkable. ... (11 replies)


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