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... nees! The doctor prescribes me Diclofenac, Diazepam, Tramadol and Pethidine. None of these seem to take the pain away. Recently the Doctor finally sent me for an MRI after years of me pestering. I've now been referred to a surgeon, but have to wait almost 9 months. ... (7 replies)
... MRI Spine lumbar & sacral: Posterior surgical change with focal defect in the lumina bilaterally at L4/L5. The tip of the shunt lies within the thecal sac at L4/S1 level & runs obliquely across the right L4/5 neural foramen & impresses on the right L4 nerve root. There is apparent clumping of the nerve roots with empty sac sign. L5/S1 annular tear & central dorsal disc... (5 replies)
... is whole thing. I used to be a very active person. Runner long distance road biker heated yoga downhill skier. I have had constant 24 hours per day lower back sacral pain. I have seen chiropractors, DO, board certified psychiatrist and rheumatology. No has a diagnosis for me. Had 4 facet blocks lumbar sacral with no help. ... (15 replies)

... L1 disc level within the soft tissues posterior to the spine extending from L2 to Upper L4 level. ... (6 replies)
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... Does a mri of lumbar spine show any problems with the sacral joint or hip. ... (2 replies)
... Please can someone help with this MRI report? ... (0 replies)
MRI Results
Feb 21, 2013
... Please help explain my latest MRI report which is more detailed than in previous years. ... (0 replies)
... Please keep in mind that the MRI is one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (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)
... sacral spine reveals loss of normal lordosis. ... (0 replies)
... Michelle is correct. Your MRI report indicates that your disc located between the last lumbar vertebra and first sacral vertebra is herniated, and it is worse on the right side, with "significant narrowing of the right neural exit foramen. ... (3 replies)
... iscs were "fine" was speaking generally and not perfectly factually. He may have meant that the discs were not bad enough to require specific treatment, but the MRI indicates they are not perfectly healthy. ... (15 replies)
... I've just been informed that I have two more discs in my spine that need intervention. ... (0 replies)
... down lateral lumbosacral spot films. There appears to be a transitional lumbosacral segment. There is articulation of the left transitional sacral segment, which occasionally can cause symptoms referred to as bertolotti syndrome. Clinical correlation would be useful. ... (3 replies)
... surgeon Monday. I need help understanding my MRI Results. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, thank you for your response. To answer the questions in order; I did receive a copy of the radiography report but there is no reference to spondylolisthesis or anterolisthesis. Only “signal loss noted in the L4L5 and to a lesser extent the L5S1 intervertebral discs on T2 indicating dehydration and early degenerative change. No prolapse or protrusion. The Conus is in a... (8 replies)
... PLEASE! Go see a NeuroSurgeon! I went to a Chiropractor when I had a "crick" in my neck. I ended up having part of my spine removed and a cadaever bone placed in its place with brackets. I have permanent nerve damage in my left hand. ... (3 replies)
... I was given the scan on 4th July 08. Sagittal and axial T1 and T2W images performed. There is dehydration and disc spine narrowing at the L5-S1 level. Axial sections show no significant abnormaility at L3-4 or L4-5. At LS-S1 there is broadbased disc prolapse slightly worseon the right with significant narrowing of the right neural exit foramen. There is also a small... (3 replies)
... Yup that is my MRI finding but I have been told that my disk are fine that I have no nerve issue by the spine specialist. I asked about a nerve block way in the beginning but told I have no nerve involvement. Can PM doc read MRI? ... (15 replies)


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