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... Hi Deal4 :wave: Take a look at my signature block...did you have the nucleoplasty done on L5/S1 with the IDET on L5/S1 and L4/L3? Did you also have intradiscal injections? If so....you are looking at being off work for 3-6 months. Sitting is my BIGGEST problem and anything "going up". So driving still hurts (and I'm post-IDET almost 1 year) and going up stairs can be... (15 replies)
... Moderate degenerative disc disease. Mild retrolisthesis of L5 on S1. Previous posterior instrumentation on the left with pedicle screws and posterior hardware on the left at L5 and S1. ... (4 replies)
... Statistically the success rate decreases as the levels included increase. Many surgeons do not like to fuse more than three levels...which would be like L3 to S1. Of course this all depends on the surgeon and his training. When I first had sciatic pain back in 2005, I started making the rounds, gathering opinions. ... (8 replies)

... Hello. Nice to hear from you again, but sorry you are having issues. Did you leave anything out in the levels you included here...for L3-4, L4-5, L5-S1? Or, is this everything that was on the report for these levels? Also, I question the wording of the L3-4 ..."which combination could cause severe central spinal stenosis...." COULD? I will make a few comments now... (4 replies)
... exhausting. Here is my report. Most I understand but a few lines I'm not sure what is being said. Maybe someone could help me on this. I had a laminectomy at L4 three years ago. ... (4 replies)
... he spinal nerves pass, the result can be nerve pain. This can be felt right at the level of compression or it can be any place along the path of the nerve. The L5 and S1 nerves run down the back of the buttocks, back of leg and into the foot, and L4 runs down the lateral side of the leg and into the big toe. ... (6 replies)
... s1. Posterior displacement of l1 vertebral body relative to l2 and l2 vertebral body relative to l3 is seen. Accentuation of lumbar lordosis is noted. Dextroscoliosis of the lumbar spine. Spurs noted in the anterior and lateral margins of the lumbar spine. ... (5 replies)
... The bulge at L4-5 has always been reported on ever since I had my first MRI of my spine a few years ago. It always said there was a broad based buldge at the L4-5 and L5-S1 levels, now after my fusion they read at L4-5 level disc buldging, bilateral facet joint hypertrophy and bilateral ligamentum flavum infolding result in overall mild acquired central spinal canal... (7 replies)
... In your husband's case, when you see the MRI, you will see that instead of the edges of the vertebra lining up with adjacent vertebrae, your husband's L5 vertebra has slid 11mm beyond the edge of the S1 vertebra beneath it. ... (5 replies)
... >>>Hi laboyd, and welcome to the forum. I am by no means able to completely translate, but I can tell you what some of it means. You don't have any nerves being pinched, and that's a good thing! At the L4-5 level, the disc is bulging to the left and pressing on the thecal sac which is the sac that protects the spinal cord. At L5-S1, there is a disc bulging centrally into... (3 replies)
... For the past year I have been going through living hell. Last April I somehow injured my back, went out of work shortly thereafter, had L4/L5 laminectomy/discectomy surgery in August followed by another surgery 2 weeks later for a massive hematoma and infection. I knew the day after my first surgery that I was not fixed, but my surgeon wouldn't listen and kept telling me... (4 replies)
... Greetings Fusion Fans, I had an interbody fusion at L5-S1 in 1999. The surgery was a success but the subsequent ruptures and DDD at L3-L4 and L4-L5 have me in dire need of some form of surgical intervention. 1997 Laminectomy/ Discectomy @ L3-L4 and another in 2008 at the same level. There is not much disc material remaining at that level. My pain level at rest is a 0. When... (20 replies)
... are of my pain that way, he stated fusing that many vertebraes is dangerous. 2nd opinion Dr. stated he is very conservative, and wanted me to have a SNRI in the L5 nerve. They state the shot worked as it made my legs numb. I saw the 2nd opinion spine Dr. ... (16 replies)
... Post operative change secondary to left laminectomy noted. The is approximately 3 mm anterior subluxation of L4 on L5. The disc is narrowed but there is no evidence of bulging or herniation of the disc at this level. ... (2 replies)
... nstrates strong peripheral enhancement. The left paracentral disc protrusion is narrowing the left lateral revess and causing mild retrodisplacement of the left S1 nerve root. The central disc protrusion measures approx 3 x 10 mm. It does not appear to be causing mass effect on the thecal sac or the nerve roots. ... (10 replies)
... Special hugs to everyone for all you've been through. I've been reading all your stories and feel what I have is NOTHING compared to what y'all have been through. Was dx'd with DDD in '95 but not told until '03. Had to have MRI that gyn ordered to make sure I did not have endometrosis on spinal cord before hysterectomy in '96. I really have no clue as to why I have DDD. ... (17 replies)
... L2 L3 similar annular disc bulge with extension to left foramen contacting but not compressing the left exiting L2 nerve root. ... (4 replies)
EMG Positve
Nov 24, 2015
... I will be very curious to hear what the neurosurgeon has to say....I went back and looked at the two MRI reports that you posted and there is no indication of what is causing nerve damage. There apparently is no specific nerve compression. There is almost no stenosis and the retrolisthesis appears to be too small for surgery to be considered, unless it can be demonstrated to... (14 replies)
MRI Results
Jun 15, 2014
... First off welcome. What are your symptoms? It looks like you had a MRI of your Cervical (neck) and Lumbar (low back) portions of the spine. Here is a lumbar breakdown but most of the terms are used in both. When I have time I will break down the Nneck MRI. KEY WORDS- Stenosis- Narrowing of space in spinal canal Forminal Narrowing- Reduction in space where nerve root... (6 replies)
... Postorocentral disk herniation at L5 S1 as noted, slightly asymmetrical toward the left side, certainly possibly impinging on the left S1 nerve root if not also the right. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, degenerative disc disease, lumbar, mri, nerve compressions, pulmonary hypertension, scoliosis, spinal stenosis

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