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Thoracic Issues
Jun 11, 2015
... Mild intervertebral disc height loss and desiccation, with a left paracentral disc protrusion, abutting the left S1 nerve root. This does not appear to significantly compress or displace the left S1 root. There is no significant spinal canal stenosis at this level. ... (3 replies)
... You can see that you have some similar things going on in the lumbar spine. There are degenerative changes going on, particularly at the L3 to S1 segments. ... (2 replies)
... I just recieved my MRI results and have been trying to decipher them into layman terms so I can know what my issue is. Any help in understanding is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. DISC SPACES: T12-L1: No significant abnormality. L1-L2: No significant abnormality. L2-L3: No significant abnormality. L3-L4: No significant abnormality. L4-L5: Mild... (1 replies)

... his is a congenital situation where the vertebrae do not divide correctly during fetal development, and it results in a partial split. It usually happens at the L5 or S1 level and is often of no consequence to the person. Apparently yours is positioned in such a way that it is lessening the mobility at this level. ... (5 replies)
... it can cause nerve irritation or nerve pain which can be felt at his level in the back, or anywhere along the path of that particular nerve. For example if the L4 nerve were compressed, a person might have numbnes in the big toe, etc. ... (1 replies)
... Okay this is my first post and im new at this so here I go. Ive been a roofer for 17 years and I recently had a ancle fusion done non-work related... Well ive recently started moving around and my back starts hurting me...Well to make a long story short I had a MRI done and it revealed to me as follows and Im wanting some feed back to see if other people have had some... (0 replies)
... ral lateral bulge of the annulus fibrosus. Bilateral facet hypertrophy is seen without significant lateral recess narrowing. There may be effacement of bilateral L3 nerve roots unchanged from before. Mild degree of canal stenosis is seen. ... (0 replies)
... You say you have had two discectomies at L5-S1 but the fusion will be at L4-L5. Is there no concern that some of your pain may be coming from L5-S1? You might want to find out why the surgeon is not fusing both levels. If you are on a high dosage of pain medication now, it is supposed to be more difficult to control pain post surgery. Some surgeons wean their patients... (1 replies)
... Hi, I had lower back pain since more than 3 months. This got started 5 months ago while spiking and landing the ground in a volley ball game. Sometimes my right leg gets tingling and I notice knee pains on both legs (more while I get down steps). Donít feel to stand for long time. But I can walk and go jogging too. While jogging I get more pain on the right leg. I had... (1 replies)
... Okay, so first, no doctors here. The first thing mentioned is a straightening of the lumbar lordosis. This means that the natural curve in your back is currently not as curved as expected. This could be due to muscle spasms from your back trying to protect a current injury. At two levels, L2-L3, and L3-L4, you have mild facet and/or ligamentous hypertrophy. This... (4 replies)
... S1 moderate right paracentral extending laterally disc herniation posterior displaces the traversing right S1 nerve root producing right sub reticular recess. Moderate right foraminal, mild to moderate central canal stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I had an MRI on July 15. Impression: 1. Mild annular protrusion at L1 - L2 without canal or foraminal stenosis. 2. Disc degeneration at L2 - L3 with slight retrolisthesis. No canal stenosis seen. 3. Mild annular protrusion and facet hypertrophy at L3 -L4 with bilateral foraminal narrowing. 4. Broad-based annular protrusion and facet hypertrophy predominantly... (10 replies)
... With my first fusion, I had spondylolisthesis. I had a fracture at L5 which was causing the L5 vertebrae to slip forward into my abdomen. The chunk of bone fractured had actually completely broken off and was laying on top of my nerve. ... (9 replies)
... S1 Posterior disc bulging predominant on the left with narrowing of the left lateral recess possibly exerting mass effect on the left traversing S1 nerve root. Prominent epidural fat causing severe central canal stenisos. ... (0 replies)
... Grade 1 anterior spondylolisthesis of L5 on S1 with bilateral spondylolysis. ... (12 replies)
MRI results
Nov 26, 2008
... Grade 1 anterior spondylolisthesis of L5 on S1 with bilateral spondylolysis. ... (3 replies)
... There is minimal retrolisthesis of L5 relative to S1. Spinal alignment is otherwise within normal limits. Vertebral body height and intervertebral disc spaces appear maintained. ... (6 replies)
... When I had my discogram l2-l3 was fine l3-l4 was fine l4-l5 was horrible and l5-s1 was horrible, but they wanted to retest l5-s1 at a later date because the disc actually looked great, and thought the pain from 4-5 was so bad that any pressure after was going to make more pain. Are you following me so far? :confused: Anyway against all that I wanted to do I agreed to repeat... (13 replies)
Nerve Block
Jan 14, 2004
... Hi I had an operation on my L3-L4 plus my L4-L5 in August of 1989. I then had surgery on my L5-S1 in February of 1999. On October 12th of 2002, my L5-S1 collapsed, pinching the nerves running down my left leg. Every time I walked, it felt like my toes were being ripped off my foot. I had a CT Scan in December of 2002 and an MRI scan in March of 2003. I was... (9 replies)
... At what age is DDD normal? I am 33 and have been diagnosed with DDD, bulging disc's L3/L4 and L5-S1. My Ortho told me that I have the back of a 60 year old! I think it is a combo of heredity(thanks dad) and my physically strenious profession.Does that mean that when I am 60 I will have the back of a 90 year old person? Kinda scary. I would just like to have some idea of what I... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, fusion surgery, herniated disks, l5-s1 fusion, lumbar fusion, lumbar herniation, mri, mri report interpretation, mri results, osteoarthiritis, perineural cyst, ruptured disc, sicatica, spine, stenisos, stenosis

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