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... for what my neurosurgeon at the time claimed was the "largest herniation he'd ever seen." The surgery was only chosen after my right leg had gone numb from the knee down. I was relatively pain free for a couple of years after, but started having pain and numbness again towards the end of 2001. ... (8 replies)
... c" asking for an appointment. I am fed up with these other "two docs" that have been trying to help me. I am in terrible pain. I am attaching my test results for the last 10 months, tell me what you think. I've included my own notes as well from research I've done on the internet. ... (1 replies)
... Dear Experts Recently I felt that I can't grip any thing with my right hand for a long , I went to a specialist and he advised me to do the scan for the lower part of the spine and wrist and neck Those are the reports of the scanning (0 replies)

... c5 intervertebral discs is seen with thecal sac impression. ... (1 replies)
... Mild annular disc bulge mildly indenting the anterior aspect of the thecal sac. No significant central canal narrowing. There is a mild bilateral formiinal narrowing with no compromise of the exiting nerve roots. ... (2 replies)
... which is the posterior contained annular tear and a broad based disc bulge indenting on the thecal sac, and a focal posterior left paracentral disc protrusion impinging on the proximal left S1 nerve root, as these conditions were caused by my accident at work. ... (5 replies)
... S1, No intrathecal masses are seen. The conus medullaris is in normal position. There are no areas of pathological signal intensity within the bone marrow of the vertebral bodies to suggest an acute fracture or neoplasm. ... (0 replies)
... Welcome to the board. ... (14 replies)
... Impression of this means. indenting the sac Referring to the Thecal sac that surrounds the spinal cord. Hense cord deformity. HEY GOOD LUCK. i HAD CERVICAL DISECTOMY. Ain't fun i'll tell you. I think i am messed up for life. ... (14 replies)
Mri reading
May 25, 2013
... Obviously, I am not a doctor and your doctor can best explain to you the findings of the report, but I am an MRI tech. ... (5 replies)
... Hi 12 years ago i had an emergancy opp as L4/L5 dics came out and embedded in my nervous system i have recently had another scan and here are the results can someone explain them to me please and what can happen later on in life thanks x i am 39 years old MRI SCAN SPINE LUMBER sagittal images from T9 to the sacrum and axial images T11/T12 and from L3 to S1 have been... (3 replies)
... Go make a cup of tea and relax. Your MRI doesn't indicate anywhere the level of damage that the other poster is describing. It is very RARE to have a lumbar issue cause paralysis. ... (16 replies)
... As a result, the disk is bulging out all over but is mild and there is a small tear right in the back, center area, adjacent to the spinal canal. ... (4 replies)
... and others to relive pain.I do agree with the words that we are dependent ond need this.THey have told me I would be in pain for the rest of my life. ... (16 replies)
... of a spinal disc's soft tissue into the bony tissue of the adjacent vertebrae. Years ago, it was thought that a Schmorl's node did not cause pain. ... (7 replies)
... rays to Mri's. Over the years I have a had multiple scans done and they show a significant change. ... (7 replies)
... I am a 36 year old female. I have had back pain for a few years. No known injuries. Just recently it has started to affect my legs to the point I am having trouble walking because of the intense pain. I have undergone physical therapy, traction and injections. ... (5 replies)
Lumbar MRI
Sep 23, 2011
... L1 level, 5mm posterior disk bulging indenting on the thecal sac and both sides of the neural foramina. ... (0 replies)
... or spasm. The alignment is maintained in the sagittal plane. ... (4 replies)
... trained orthopedic spine surgeon or a neurosurgeon whose practice is limited to the neck and back. They are the two specialists that have the most training and experience with issues pertaining to the spine, will provide the most accurate diagnosis and method of treatment. ... (7 replies)

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