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... Welcome to the board. I will be interested to hear what your surgeon has to say. It appears to me that what is causing pain occurs at the levels where the fusion surgery occurred. ... (4 replies)
... ray report said i had nothing. But the pain continued for next 2 months and i consulted a senior ortho who asked me MRI. ... (2 replies)
... so you think its the ones that are indenting the thecal sac and not the nerve root ones (17 replies)

... Could someone please help me. I have had my arms and my hands going numb and hurting. I went to the doctors and he did a test on me and said i had carpolltunnel. He also sent me to get a MRI and i have no clue what it mean. ... (1 replies)
... Had my appointment with the Orthopedic doc today...actually, his PA. ... (60 replies)
... Had my appointment with the Orthopedic doc today...actually, his PA. ... (60 replies)
... ope somebody can provide some information and insight into what i am dealing with and going to have to deal with. I hope to maybe be able to offer some advice in the future. I am a 45 year Army veteran, former paratrooper. I thought i was in pretty good shape. ... (2 replies)
... My mother has a high threshold for pain. When she was 13 years old she suffered a gunshot wound to her left thigh that resulted in a huge muscle mass loss on the outside of her leg. She has always attributed her leg pain to that... ... (8 replies)
... Did your surgeon concur with the PA or did she make the diagnosis on her own? ... (60 replies)
... The pain is only ever in my lower back and buttocks, and occasionally up higher in my back when the muscles get tired of trying to compensate. ... (23 replies)
... L5 level, there is central disc bulge indenting the thecal sac. No paracentral extension, neural foraminal narrowing or compression on the exiting nerve roots. ... (9 replies)
... year history has already done some damage to said nerves and thus may be act as an exaserbation of whatever the mechanism of nerve problem I have is. ... (2 replies)
... It would appear that you have degenerative disc disease which is resulting in changes to the discs, adjacent facet joints. ... (8 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I could have sworn I wrote a reply to you yesterday...but don't see it so must have just thought about it. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 57, and living with Mom so she isn't alone, as her husband passed away last yr. and I'm the only single sibling. I don't have a support system and work nights. ... (21 replies)
Newest MRI...
Jun 24, 2012
... Can someone help with the lingo, I cant understand most of it. But my main concern I guess is the lesions? ... (3 replies)
... I have an Appt. coming up in a few weeks at the Twin Cities Spine Center in MN and I am just trying to find out as much as I can before my appt. ... (12 replies)
... smooth lordotic curvature of the lumbosacral spinal column is maintained. the size,shape and alignment of the lumbar vertebrae are grossly normal.cartilaginous end plates of lumbar vertebrae are regular. ... (3 replies)
... indenting anterior thecal sac. ... (7 replies)
... L1. The Limbar vertebral bodies appears normal in height. There is a minimal grade 1 retrolisthesis of L3 on L4. There is mild endplate irregularity in the lower thoracic and upper lumbar spine likely representing Schmorl's node formation. ... (6 replies)

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