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... it is not all that uncommon to end up with a bit of scoliosis after lumbar fusion, depending on what and how it was done. The back is altered forever when a fusion is performed. The surgeon is removing bone from the spine. ... (6 replies)
... I just had to have discs in the back of my neck fused, fusion from front of neck 6 years ago failed to fuse. Just had MRI done of lower lumbar region. Please help me to understand what it says. ... (2 replies)
... My MRI reads coronal image demonstrates lumbar levoscoliosis. ... (7 replies)

... I'm a 31 year old male who has had back problems since my teenage years. I was diagnosed at 17 with a mild case of lumbar levoscoliosis. ... (2 replies)
... Can you 'get' levoscoliosis secondarily to an injury that was treated with a lumbar spinal fusion? ... (6 replies)
... Mild levoscoliosis with increased lordosis. The vertebral body heights, alignment, and disc spaces are preserved. There are five lumbar vertebral bodies. ... (2 replies)
... I will post my lumbar MRI results. I am currently in pelvic traction for this but still need percocet and my daily activities are limited by the pain. ... (8 replies)
... Yes the other MRIs were at a different hospital. This hospital, finally got the other hospitals reports, and ammended my report - low and behold- a new posterior bulge appeared at L5-S1 that wasn't there prior... NOR another bulge at L3-4.... above, and below, my fusion. I had a severe back injury and needed an attorney, so once they heard 'attorney' all of a sudden things... (6 replies)
... TY so much for the info on the levoscoliosis I've had trouble trying to find info regarding it overall. ... (6 replies)
... specialist and curve measured 23 degrees. Dr. told my mom it wouldn't progress, now this was 1979. Fast forward to 2001 I was having increased LBP, xrays showed lumbar curve 45 degrees. ... (2 replies)
... MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast, taken in the lying down position. ... (23 replies)
... I was bedridden due to the lumbar injury yes. ... (3 replies)
... d S1 vertebra to be consistent with the nomenclature used on prior MRI report. The conus medullaris is normal in contour and terminated at L2. There is upper lumbar dextroscoliosis and lower lumbar levoscoliosis as before. ... (1 replies)
... Basically your lumbar spine looks pretty good. ... (2 replies)
... S1. The remainder of the lumbar segments are normally aligned. The vertebral body heights are maintained, aside from some probable degenerative height loss at L5. The conus terminates normally. ... (11 replies)
Hi all
Jul 3, 2007
... Posterior elements intact. There is mild kyphosis at the lower thorasic lumbar area possibly associated with levoscoliosis. ... (10 replies)
... Mri lumbar... Please comment your thoughts and suggesions.May 2007 lumbar report mri... 1st degree forward slipping of the body of l5 over the sacrum and mild degree of levoconvex scoliosis of entire lumbar spine noted. ... (5 replies)
... croachment or central canal stenosis as a result of the spondylotic changes, mild ligamentum flavum thickening in this patient with large and mildly degenerative lumbar facets and short lumbar pedicles. No evidence for lumbar disc herniations nor significant lumbar foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
Feb 27, 2012
... sat of the lower lumbar spine. ... (1 replies)
Hi all
Jul 3, 2007
... If this helps relieve your fears a little, Scheurmann disease is a condition that affects children between 10 & 15 yrs of age. It usually causes an increased curvature of the spine (hump back when bending over). Kyphosis is part of that condition. It appears you have have had undiagnosed Scheurmann disease as a child. I would still request a referral to a spine surgeon... (10 replies)

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