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MRI Results
Feb 21, 2013
... Please help explain my latest MRI report which is more detailed than in previous years. ... (0 replies)
... cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral. Each section has a specific number of vertebra that are the lumbar it is L1 through L5. The bones are separated by a soft, gelatinous cushion called the intervertebral disc, more commonly called "disc. ... (2 replies)
... I injured my back in 2001 lifting a pool table, I lost all power to my legs and had horrendous muscles spasms. I was admitted to hospital, pumped full of morphine and sent home due to lack of beds. ... (7 replies)

... Welcome to the board. I would suggest that you might also want to make an appointment with an orthopedic spine surgeon for a "second" opinion. Their training is similar to a neurosurgeon, but sometimes they approach problems differently. ... (1 replies)
... s for that pain by changing position, trying to take pressure off the painful side. This throws off the structural alignment in other areas, causing uneven wear and tear, etc. ... (14 replies)
... trained orthopedic spine or neuro surgeon for an accurate diagnosis and plan of treatment. ... (2 replies)
MRI results
Jun 4, 2011
... I am not minimizing the pain you are feeling by saying that I don't see anything on the MRI that jumps out as being the issue that is causing you pain. Rather, nothing is apparent that would require a doctor's intervention... ... (17 replies)
... Please can someone help with this MRI report? ... (0 replies)
... Keep in mind that the discs are not the best designed part of the human body. Due to the fact that there is not a direct supply of blood and nutrients to replenish what is there, there is nothing we can do to puff them back up. ... (5 replies)
... The lumbar vertebrae are in the area of the lower back. There are five lumbar vertebrae, known as L1 through L5, with L1 being above L2, L2 being above L3, and so on. Below L5 are the sacral vertebrae. There are five sacral vertebrae, known as S1 through S5, with S1 being above S2, S2 being above S3, and so on. ... (8 replies)
Dr's stumped
May 16, 2011
... ray of the lumbar and sacral spine? ... (11 replies)
... OK, I'm going to try this for the third time! I have a new laptop and I must accidentally rest my wrist or something because it ends up making my writing vanish. ... (1 replies)
... ple come here with a wide variety of knowledge pertaining to the spine. I'm going to assume that you are relatively new to the wonderful world of back problems, and will give you some basic information. ... (5 replies)
... First, I am sorry that you are having to suffer all that pain, and I know exactly how you feel, though I am only 40. My problems first started at around age 33 or 34. ... (9 replies)
... L5, and was told there were no signs of nerve compression, and no one could see any reason why I would still be in pain. I was convinced that there was a mechanical reason for my pain, even if it didn't show itself on MRI.. ... (19 replies)
... ave professional medical training, so you must always take that into consideration when reading posts....I can give you a general idea of the main points of your MRI just based on my experiences with my own will give you some general ideas of what you may be discussing with your doctor. ... (8 replies)
... As the other posters implied, none of us has medical training, so at best, you are getting your fellow spineys' impressions of your MRI based on what we've learned from our own experiences. ... (3 replies)
MRI results?
Aug 26, 2007
... ray and is causing their back problems. However, anomalies such as these in the lumbar spine and sacral spine are simply variants of normal bony architecture and are typically of no consequence. ... (9 replies)
... I can tell you what might occur in the US but I know treatment and the medical professionals you'll see will be different. ... (8 replies)
... rd. As I hope you are aware, members do not have formal medical training, so keep that in mind as you read comments. I can give you a general impression of the MRI report you have copied, based on my experiences as a patient. ... (1 replies)

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