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... MRI of LUMBO SACRAL SPINE The lumber and sacral vertebra are normal in alignmnet The Vertebral bodiws and posterior elements are normal in morphology ,No Collapse bone destruction is seen,Normal marrow signals are present small posterior central disc protrusion is observed at L4-L5 level indenting thecal sac. Rest of the disc appear normal The facet articulation and... (4 replies)
... took a lot of percocet, and finally complained enough to my GP that they sent me for an MRI that revealed, surprise surprise, T12 was crushed and impinging on my spinal column. Hence the constant pain. ... (4 replies)
... or search all the words contained in your mri as well for more information. If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask. ... (13 replies)

... I'm sorry but I have no idea what that would mean. All I do know is that the neurologist said he sees nothing wrong with the MRI results since there is no encroachment of neural structures. What do you mean by "gel leaking out" and what is an "annular tear in a disc protrusion". ... (13 replies)
... Hello, "hoppy"...I also have annular tears in my disc protrusions (as of the MRI done in May of 2007). Do you think the annular tear is caused from the pressure of the disc and that the gel is leaking out of it? It makes me wonder. Please continue to update! (13 replies)
... I noticed that 13 people read your post and yet no one has responded. I too thought about not responding, just because I don't want to pretend I can interpret your MRI. But I know what it is to read a long medical report, not understand everything and then begin to read things into it. ... (8 replies)
MRI results
Aug 13, 2006
... Hi could anyone interpret my results for me and confirm that the severe pain I get in my lower back and left leg especially when walking can be attributable to this. ... (8 replies)
... I've had mri's and scans, etc., since my work related injury and I called the lab where the tests were performed and asked for a copy of the report to be sent to me or faxed. They've always complied. Just call them - your dr gets a copy but you can call the lab that performed the test and tell them when you were there, what test you had done and that you'd like a copy of the... (8 replies)
... Would any of the mentioned problems on the MRI lean towards surgery? ... (4 replies)
... Hi Guys,I too am a newbie, Im Mink, 2 years ago I had c5 an c6 disc fusion, still have most of symptoms I started out with, the spinal cord is compressed so I am Numb from the waist down, have horrific pain in both hands baby fingers ring fingers like knives cutting in to them, the mri showed spinal canal stenosis, narrowing the AP diameter to 6mm(whatever that means)... (20 replies)
... I've never had a cervical or thoracic spine MRI done... who knows what those would show? ... (20 replies)
... I have seen quite a few helpful posts about MRI results and wonder if someone can help me interpret this. ... (6 replies)
... Im new to this site and wondered if anyone could help interpret my mri scan. I live in the UK and im waiting to see a consultant about my back problem which Ive had for 4 years, as the result of a work injury. ... (0 replies)
... hello, can someone please interpret these results thank you. ... (17 replies)
... That being said, I'm have neck problem since November when I was rear ended in a car accident. I was hoping someone here could interpret what these results are saying and what they might mean for treatment. ... (8 replies)
... Depending on how big the protrusion is, they could just try epidural steroid injections to calm down the whole area and reduce the inflammation. I disagree that a spine specialist would have any trouble getting to the thoracic area. I have worked in orthopedic research for many years and have never heard this. If worse comes to worse, and injections or physical therapy don't... (5 replies)
... Thank you for your reply. I will for sure ask to see a spine specialist. Do you happen to know what the typical course of action is to treat bone protrusions? From what a family member told me thoracic injuries are not so common and are harder to treat because of location. I hope that is not the case. I have been in pain for months now and the dr.'s are not giving me anything... (5 replies)
... Well, a bone protrusion could be a fracture, a break, or a bone spur. The thoracic cord is the spinal chord in your mid-back. I would strongly suggest you see an orthopedic SPINE SPECIALIST. Don't just go see any orthopedic or sports medicine doctor. Find one who specializes in just the spine. Once they see your films they will make a determination as to what treatment to... (5 replies)
... Referral to a neurosurgeon. I will let you know what he says. (4 replies)
... Please let us know what she has to say. (4 replies)

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