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... Hi, I have a similar problem @ L-3. The discs have ruptured ( looks like ribbons of toothpaste squirting out of a bubble). Sick yet? Ok , check to see if there are bulges of the disc toward your stomach. This is an anterior herniation/rupture. It may not all have gone forward, some like mine also go toward the wings of the vertibra; that is where the nerve roots are. The wings... (10 replies)
... Three years ago I had L4/L5 and L5/S1 fusion with artificial discs. I have been going to my pain doc for 2 years. We have always focused on my neck because the pain was so much worse in my neck than my back and leg until about 3 months ago. I told my pain doc I would not discuss my back until the pain got so bad it hurt worse than my neck. Well that day is here :( About... (5 replies)
... My CT scan says I have Spondylosis with NO spondylolisthesis! ... (10 replies)

... Mild spondylosis lower two levels. ... (3 replies)
Looking for help
Aug 6, 2008
... S1, mild dgenerative anterior marginal spurring lower thoracic levels, bones are osteopenic, osteopenia with no acute bone abnormality, mild spondylosis lower thoracic spine, no fracture or subluxation. My doc tells me I have spinal stenosis, gives me script for relafen. flexeril and take extra calcium. ... (2 replies)
... Here is how it reads: L3-4: There is mild bilateral facet hypertrophy and ligamentum flavum infolding. L4-5: Mild disc bulge with a small superimposed central disc protrusion. The disc bulge/protrusion combines with bilateral facet hypertrophy and ligamentum flavum infolding to cause mild narrowing of the central canal and lateral recesses. L5-S1: Diffuse disc bulge with... (3 replies)
... I had to send a copy of my November 07 MRI (5 months post op laminectomy) to someone today and I was actually reading the entire thing. Previously, I was so focused on the L5-S1 I didn't think much of the rest. Scattered spondylosis.......this is just normal aging changes, right? All the discs were decreased in height and this also changes associated... (2 replies)
... I have lower back pain that radiates from right buttock into right anterior/lateral thigh to knee with right inguinal pain also have alot of perianal pressure. Myelogram results are as follows: 1. Mild lower lumbar spondylosis including mild central canal stenosis at L4-L5 secondary to mild disc bulging and ligamentum flavum thickening. 2. Mild disc bulging... (0 replies)
... Jitterygal, Hope your mother is doing better. I to suffer from bone spurs I think. I've had 4 test. CT- states facet arthropathy narrowing the dorsal spinal canal at L3-L4 L4-L5 diffuse disk bulge in both lateral neural foraminal (4 replies)
... oh hun, my heart goes to you. I will fill you in on the shorter version of me: I am 27, but my back problems started when I was 22. I am a CNA and slipped when transfering a pt. It took two years to get it diagnosed right-had a bulge at L5-S1. So, I had a micro-discectomy and was great(I was 24). BUT, after moving 1800 miles had to take a job at a nursing home where I lifted... (4 replies)
... Tenderness to palpation at T6, T7, L5 and the right and left SI. ... (8 replies)
ATT: mel
Nov 18, 2004
... and spondylosis at that level as well. ... (7 replies)
Nov 8, 2004
... S1. I have spondylosis in my neck and arthritis in my back. ... (3 replies)
Is This Bad??????
Aug 20, 2004
... The Following Is What My Mri Report Says, And I Was Wondering If Anyone Knew How Bad This Sounds. It States... There Is A Decrease In The Disc Space Height At L5-s1, Which Is Moderate In Severity, Associated With Desiccation Of The Disc. Axial Images At L5-s1 Demonstrate A Broad-based Central Disc Herniation Of The Protrusion Type, Moderate In Size, In The Anterior... (2 replies)
... xray results: cervical spine ap and lateral views of the cervical spine are submitted. there is a convexity of the cervial spine to the right. there is straightening of the cervical lordosis with anterior carriage of the head. there is no evidence of acute fracture or dislocation. the remaining osseous structures, joint spacing and articular relationships are maintained.... (1 replies)
... This is for my little sister, she is 16 and was in a car accident a few months ago. Can anyone tell me (in english) what this means? Is she going to need surgery on her back, or would a chiropractor work? Thoracic Scoliosis found on the thoracic MRI The Lumbar Spine MRI L5 there is a bilateral spondylosis at L5-S1, A Grade I spondylolithesis. Disc bulging which abuts... (3 replies)
... Greetings all: I had a question (or two) that I thougt someone here may be able to help with... Was diagnosed years ago (from a regular x-ray) with spondylosis and Grade 1 spondilolisthesis at L4/5 and S1. I had an MRI a couple of weeks ago and just got the written report which says: "L5-S1 pars interarticularis defect. At l5-1 there is moderate to severe right neural... (3 replies)
... Hi all, I received on a report on my back and its says the following: 1. The right transverse process of the lowest lumbar vertebral body forms an anomalous articulation with the right wing of the sacrum. 2. Hypertrophic spondylosis of the facet joints are visible at the L3/L4, L4/L5 and L5/S1 levels. On point 1 , what can be done about this as i have pain after... (1 replies)
... multilevel cervical spondylosis and facet arthropathy. ... (5 replies)
... based protrusion with annular fissure is slightly more prominent to the left with subarticular recess stenosis and bilateral L5 nerve root compression. Foramina are minimally narrowed. ... (2 replies)

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