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... ted is a transitional vertebrae L5. And either I have a high tollerance or I am a wimp about a little pain. but I do feel this. and it is different than previous Sacral illiac pain that I used to have years ago. this came suddenly and has been slow to recover. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you all for your advices. Since my last post, I went to see another ortho spine surgeon in early August and he told me my MRI and X-rays were not as bad as my symptoms. He ordered AP lumbar and pelvis X-rays and result shows I have lumbar sacral transitional vertebrae-LSTV on L5-S1 partially fused and some degenerative changes in pelvic, sacrum and SI joint. My PT... (54 replies)
... With such an extensive report, I'll just try to sum it up. The worst pf your problems is at the lumbar area of the last lumbar vertebrae L5 and the sacrum. ... (1 replies)

MRI Results
Jul 13, 2012
... Thank you so much for your reply. I've been pretty concerned about the whole thing because it came on so fast and just keeps getting worse. You're right about the pain it's always there even when I'm laying down or sitting. The worst part about it all is that I can't stand longer then 5 minutes without both legs right down to my feet falling asleep,tingling,pins&needles then... (5 replies)
MRI Results
Jul 12, 2012
... Hi there -- welcome! Many incidences of back problems occur in folks in their 30s and 40s. That's when the degenerative changes, part of the normal aging process, start to kick in. I'll try my best to translate the major things. Obviously, everything that is normal is good news. The overall impression portion of the report highlights areas of concern. In this section,... (5 replies)
... You have a ruptured disc between the lumbar 5 and sacral 1 vertebrae. ... (4 replies)
... Do you have a copy of your MRI report? ... (3 replies)
... sacral MRI talked about a hemangioma somewhere in my LS region, but it wasn't really clear to me where exactly the hemangioma is located. ... (0 replies)
... Welcome to the board. You did mess yourself up exercising. In fact you have an extruding disc located toward the base of your spine between the lumbar 5 and sacral 1 vertebrae. ... (1 replies)
... greatest centrally, where a prominet Schmorl node is present. A stable benign marrow hyperintensity is present in the left sacral ala. ... (5 replies)
MRI Scan report
Aug 31, 2006
... I have recieved the results to my recent spine MRI scan. I have discussed the report but could someone please explain this to me in simple terms. ... (0 replies)
... SI joint pain in a 21 year old, combined with lumbar sacral disc disease makes me wonder if you have a rheumatological condition, such as Ankylosing spondylitis or Reiter's syndrome. ... (4 replies)
New MRI Results
Apr 17, 2012
... It could explain if you are having radiating pain in your leg or legs or in your lower lumbar spine but it doesn't indicate anything about SI joint pain. ... (1 replies)
... Please please see a FELLOWSHIP trained Orthopedic or Neurosurgeon. Its important that they have had this extra time training. It sounds like your L5/S1 disc is herniated ( I am not a doctor or radiologist!) and it is hitting your nerve root. If you wait too long you can cause permanent damage by the nerve being compressed too long. I am praying you find answers for your... (3 replies)
... Please explain in laymen's terms the following: Sagittal and axial T1 and T2W images performed There is dehydration and disc space narrowing at the L5=S1 level. Axial secions show no significant abnormality at L3-4 or L4-5. At L5-S1 there is broadbased disc prolapse slightly worse on the righ with significant narrowing of the right nural exit foramen. There is also a... (1 replies)
Oct 25, 2005
... This is interesting as I have a LIPOMA in my right sacral ala. I also have terrible ongoing SI Joint problems. I have had 3 SI Joint injections and going for another next week. ... (19 replies)
Dr's stumped
May 16, 2011
... ray of the lumbar and sacral spine? ... (11 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. ... (8 replies)
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... My name is Angela. I had a PILF Feb.5, 2015, before that epidural steroid injections and and epidural when I gave birth 21 years ago. I recently had Xrays and a MRI done to follow up and see why I am in so much pain and as a follow up after surgery. When I Google the results of my MRI Arachnoditis keeps coming up. ... (40 replies)

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