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... Thank you very much for the reply has helped understand a lot. Still waiting to see my doctor about my pregnancy I have took tramadol this couple days to be able to get mobile I feel so guilty I only found out I was pregnant on Sunday I wish id of been more careful but my back has worsened already over the past 3 weeks maybe to do with hormones. I cant even lift my baby this... (2 replies)
... Findings: modic type 2 changes in l5-s1. Otherwise no abnormal marrow signal. Disc dessication at l2-l3 andl5-s1. Conus appropriately sighted at L1. Some loss of fat in the foramen of L5 s1 on the right side. No obvious comprise of the l5 root. On the left side nerve root is displaced posteriorly. At l5 -s1 generalised disc bulge. This disc bulge in combination with... (2 replies)
... Wait to see the Doctor, he will interpret it differently than the radiologist. ... (1 replies)

... I do not know how to interpret and understand the scan results. But I thought I'll offer some information which might help you out. ... (1 replies)
... This is all Greek to me sorry if I am asking too many questions but can someone help me interpret this? ... (1 replies)
... I can't interpret your results but from having limited knowledge with my own problems. ... (11 replies)
MRI cervical spine
Jul 15, 2010
... Here is the way I would interpret your report. Spondylosis is like osteoarthritis which refers to bone. ... (2 replies)
... I had an MRI done and found that I have DDD, bulging disk and mild Scoliosis all in my lumbar. The scoliosis has an 8 degree curviture to the right. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Cathy. I'm so sorry you are in this kind of pain and aren't seeing anyone who will give you something to relieve it. Do you have any options for seeing anyone else at that clinic? The statement that you are too young for surgery is ridiculous. In the first place, people a whole lot younger are having surgery when it's needed, and in the second place, he's not a spine... (6 replies)
PostOp MRI...Help
Dec 11, 2007
... I cannot interpret your results but, I can relate to the pain your having. ... (6 replies)
... first you need to know that myelomalacia and meylopathy are two totally different with the c spine where you can get radiculopathy?the myelopathy is kind of the same type of thing but only with the spinal you kind of get what i mean?it is just a set of symptoms that you would only get/show with direct cord issues of some does appear from what you... (10 replies)
... i am willing to bet if those 'tremors' were in your legs,you have whats called myelopathy.this is caused by the direct damage to your cord.i have this could be spasticity or clonus.this is a 'reflex' when the upper motor neurons are being affected by something that has affected the actual cord has to be really really difficult to deal with all of this and... (10 replies)
... I am feeling a little less paranoid after it all sinking in now. I was wondering to those of you whom share a similar experience... do you think long time steroid use can cause these back problems? I have been on steroids daily for a few years now for Asthma and I didn't have any other health problems until this year and now it all seems to be going down hill. Not as you would... (10 replies)
... Surgery is always the last resort. If it were just pain I wouldn't expect to hear the word surgery but the neuro symptoms you explain may need surgical care so that they don't get worse or become permanant. As mentioned before find the best neurosurgeon that you who specializes in the spine because the thoracic area is tricky because of the internal organs that... (10 replies)
... Disk dissecation is basically degenerate disc disease. As you age the disc loses it's internal matter or dehydrates leaving less cushion between your vertebrae. Both discs are bulging impinging the spinal cord. The annular fussures usually mean that the disc has a tear in it making the internal jelly like substance leak from the disc onto the nerves. Stenosis is a medical... (10 replies)
... Every TYPE of doctor is going to interpret the films and report differently. ... (6 replies)
... Melissa, I do not interpret that as you see it. I see that as they do not see anything there siginficant to be causing your pain. ... (3 replies)
... You definitely need to discuss these findings with a neurologist or neurosurgeon. Your doctor is really the only one who can interpret the test results for you, but it does sound like you have something going on with your nerves and spine. ... (4 replies)
... Recently I experience a bulge at l3/l4 (small) and small or not, the pain was significant. This was due to a number of reasons. The obvious being the pressure on the s1 nerve root. The associated muscle spasm also caused significant pain. It may be that while you dont have the physiological signs to suggest or explain your level of pain that you are experiencing significant... (6 replies)
... Wish I could say I know and be able to explain it to you. They are often hard to interpret and a percieved problem does not always translate to the causal factor associted with your pain. ... (2 replies)

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