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... s1 is protruding with annular tear with mass effect to the exiting nerve to the left. ... (24 replies)
... how easy is it to re injure a L4/L5 annular tear (0 replies)
... I know prior to my surgery I had so many questions about the fusion surgery. With this in mind, I will try to keep my posts through to the very end so that there will be a positive outcome to refer to. I believe I am going to be 100% okay in the end and I can't wait for the summer. Okay let's start at the beginning. Diagnosis L4/L5 Annular tear - only option is a... (13 replies)

... Hi, Thanks for sharing your case.. :) And yes,... there has been an increase in the pain (which earlier was negligible) after I started wearing the belt. I would be visiting my orthopedic to discuss the same ASAP, and shall keep posting about the same. Was there anything specific advised to strengthen the core muscles or bones. (4 replies)
... soo surprised they would tell you to wear the belt regularly.. i was told (mind you I have no fracture but L4/L5 annular tear and herniations there and up) that the belt would weaken my core muscles making the pain worse in the futer and causing other problems.. I was told to stregnthen the core muscles and that alone would aid in the relief of pain.. and only to use a belt... (4 replies)
... A Schmorl's node is seen within the upper anterior L4 endplate. ... (9 replies)
... of the time. The tear wouldn't have been a problem except the fragment leaked out and landed on the nerve causing problems. ... (5 replies)
Annular tear
Jun 24, 2009
... For annular tears, doctors are often hesitant to do surgery for them if there aren't any herniations that also show up on an MRI. ... (7 replies)
... S1. My first question is, what is annular and radial mean? ... (18 replies)
... SI annular tear. ... (2 replies)
... 4/07 awoke with severe low back pain 6/07 MRI showed L5-S1 annular tear and dessication (no fluid left) 9/07 Epidural nerve root test, negative. Not nerve pain. 10/07 Provocative discogram (hurt like ****) found a bulge at L4-L5 with some leakage, but not painful. It hurt really bad when they did the pressure, but since the pain did not go away 15 minutes after the 4%... (6 replies)
... My Dr. gave me 3 surgical options to consider for my tear at L4/L5. Fusion, IDET, and something simular to IDET, uses heat like IDET but I cant for the life of me recall what the name of the proceedure is. He said it has a 3 week recovery time, where I can return to work on lite duty. Does anyone have any idea what this proceedure could be, and any info on it. A link would be... (4 replies)
... that circle the nucleus. There are no nerve fibers in the nucleus, but some of the outer layers contain them, and thus can be very painful when torn. When the tear goes all the way from the nucleus to the outer edge, the matter of the nucleus can leak out. ... (22 replies)
... revealed a peripheral tear of the annula. ... (51 replies)
... Hi All, Great site and great information. I have an "early annular tear" - L4 and L5 with sciatic symtoms (pain in the butt and legs) & supposedly no disk herniation noted (from MRI report). Unfortunately I work long hours and don't have the benefit of real Physiotherapy where I live - in Korea, neither have I been able to see a doctor about it either but have been try to... (5 replies)
Annular tear
Jan 23, 2011
... wow.. i have an annular tear to my L4 L5 plus multiple herniations frm C1-C7 L7-L5 my drs told me that im not a sirgical candidate beacause one i have nerve impingment in the neck plus i have rsd in lower rght extremities..they also ...(yes they ) that they cannot repair the tear..hmmmm now i see some one saying that thay have gone through surgery for what i was told cannt... (7 replies)
... The tear is caused by the spondy. When the vertebrae slip they render the disc unstable. My son's spondy tore his disc IN HALF! ... (5 replies)
... I have an annular tear at L5-S1 w/out herniation much like yours. Be careful, I did too much too soon and I am paying for it 6 months later. My doc told me to order 4 Safe Back Exercise Videos with a gym ball and to progress at my own pace. I ordered online through So far, I'm still on tape 1 and haven't flared up yet!!! Much of what they do there is what my... (5 replies)
... e irregularity in the lower thoracic and upper lumbar spine likely representing Schmorl's node formation. There is a T1 dark, T2 bright osseous lesion within the L4 vertebral body measuring approx. 5mm. ... (6 replies)
... I am asking as a fusion for annular tears and no sciatica, especially getting a FUSION is a large large step. ... (2 replies)

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