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... Mild spondylosis with facet hypertrophy. ... (1 replies)
... The term "spondylosis" simply means osteoarthritis. In the spinal canal, the largest diameter is in the lumbar area. A 1 mm bulge is simply that the disc is slightly bulging. 1 mm is tiny, so that is nothing to worry about. Disc desication is a normal "drying' of the discs. This happens to everyone after the age of 21 or so. It occurs because there aren't blood supplies... (1 replies)
... and posterior osteophytes arising from L3, L4, L5 and S1. ... (5 replies)

My story
May 11, 2007
... After the doctor sees this report he says I need to see a neurologist and a neurosurgeon. He prescribes the strongest vicadin he can and sends me on my way. Now here is where my frustration begins. Right off the bat they want me to start physical therapy, and try to lose weight. My response is do you think the physical therapy will help. Now the reason I am not a big fan... (9 replies)
My story
May 11, 2007
... and posterior osteophytes arising from L3, L4, L5 and S1. ... (9 replies)
... L5, L5 S1... A lot of lower back pain, Along with pain in both legs. ... (4 replies)
... I could use some help in deciphering these results. I am 48 yr old female, in relatively good shape. I have always been active and exercise on an elliptical 4 or more times per week. I started having "sciatica" type pain in September and went to a chiropractor who did xrays and started a treatment plan. I had some good relief until about December when things started up... (2 replies)
... Mild disc desiccation and endplate spondylosis with Lft. ... (6 replies)
... with some spondylosis resulting in significant compression of the thecal sac. There is no abnormal cord or marrow signal noted. ... (6 replies)
Back Pain
Jan 30, 2006
... Is these problems enough to file for social security disability? On going back problems for 15 years. Am now in extreme pain. Exam: MRI Spine LUMBAR W /O+W/ CONTRAST L5-S1: metallic artifact emanates from the disk space, consistent with previous fusion. No disk displacement (3 replies)
... L5 disc extrusion severly effacing the right subarticular recess and posteriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... L5 disc extrusion severly effacing the right subarticular recess and posteriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... L5 disc extrusion severly effacing the right subarticular recess and posteriorly displacing the descending right L5 nerve root. multi level lumbar spondylosis with bilateral and facet joint arthrosis with bilateral L5 pars defects and anterolisthesis of L5 on S1 contributing to nueral forminal stenosis. ... (3 replies)
... Mild disk space narrowing, mild dorsal spondylosis in association with annular disk bulging, in association with a shallow central disk protrusion are present and slightly narrow the dural sac. ... (3 replies)
... Additional multilevel lumber spondylosis and facet arthropathy without additional significant central canal narrowing. No significant foraminal narrowing. ... (0 replies)
... evel. There is no recurrent disc protrusion or central stenosis. No significant neural foraminal compromise. Degenerative SI joints changes are mild. No definite spondylosis is identified. There is no pathologic postoperative fluid collection or nerve root climbing to indicate arachnoiditis. ... (7 replies)
Back pain
Nov 25, 2013
... The MRI report indicates that you have some signs of degenerative changes going on in your lower lumbar area. Spondylosis is a generalized term that indicates there is degeneration of the discs and often the facet joints. Often a doctor will just say "arthritis" in the spine. ... (9 replies)
... S1, there is spondylosis and facet arthrosis causing moderate bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... It is a common cause of chronic neck pain. This would make more sense to me and my guess is that you have spondylosis throughout your entire spine. ... (10 replies)
... C4 with moderate loss of disc height and broad posterior spondylosis and uncovertebral joint hypertrophy with osteophyte encroachment upon the bilateral neral foramina. ... (2 replies)


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