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... Vertebral bodies are normal in height. Mild curvature of the thoracic spine to the right. A vetebral body hemangioma is noted at T11. ... (19 replies)
... Mild to moderate multilevel disc, end plate and facet joint degenerative changes throughout the lower thoracic and lumbar spine. ... (9 replies)
... A cervical MRI would be of the neck area. ... (8 replies)

... After 6 years of lower back pain, right hip pain, muscle tightness in my back especially on the right side, muscle tightness in my right hamstring, and numbness in the two smallest toes on my right foot, I am finally feeling human and pain free again. I have had x-rays, MRI's and CT scans. I have been told I have sciatica, chronic back pain, piriformis syndrome, and an SI... (5 replies)
... e, I know how frustrating the long wait for tests is. Everytime I hear, "We need to do a new MRI," I want to scream! I have arthritis in my facet joints of lower lumbar spine, and bulging disc. ... (2 replies)
... Also, my followup appt. she will check out the rest of my spine since she could only concentrate ont he lumbar spine during this appt. She also said annular tears in disks do not what's the point of only shots and not surgery? ... (7 replies)
... ddd and had surgery for lumbar stenosis last Sept. ... (17 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. Probably 10 radiologists and many more pain/spine specialists of various disciplines have looked at the L4/5 disc MRI film, from several different lumbar MRI's, CT;s, etc. Virtually all state that there is no compression of the cauda equina at L4/5. As much as I would like for that to be the problem (believe me, I would) I am forced to conclude that... (2 replies)
... e would NEVER question one. After 3 weeks in the rehab facility, I finally talked her into seeing a local neurosurgeon, the ONLY one within 100 miles! She had an MRI done before she saw him and was diagnosed with spinal stenosis and some arthritic spurring. ... (185 replies)
... buttocks area are probably inflamed. It would be very unusual to have a lower lumbar area suddenly immobilized without developing this type of issue. ... (35 replies)
... Another possibility would be an issue in the sacroiliac joint or joints. The sacral area is beneath the lumbar spine. I would think these joints might be stressed by your sport. ... (1 replies)
... Also when they lightly pressed on spine in different areas I had pain around where the sacral and thoracic meet so he had me lay face up and bend knee and cross ankle over knee then twist to left and said to me. ... (21 replies)
... Foraminotomy at this level. Right after the surgery, while in recovery, the spine surgeon told me. "This is going to happen again". ... (6 replies)
... t are the secondary effects of this condition even if it stays where it is, and will those secondary effects get worse. Pains, mild scoliosis or worse, improper spine curvature in both lumbar and sacral area, posture, limp, etc. ... (53 replies)
Jan 23, 2011
... ray of your spine, am MRI to see what's happening, also an EMG to see what level the nerve is being pinched at. ... (34 replies)
Chronic Pain
Sep 30, 2008
... it's hard to tell without more data. Can you ask for a CT or MRI and then a referral to an Orthopedic Spine Surgeon or Neurosurgoen? ... (1 replies)
... 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. ... (10 replies)
... In 2000,I was diagnosed with RA.Prior to my last decompression lami,I had alot of hip pain. I wasn't sure if this was coming from L3.I went for an MRI and from L2 down ,I had varying degrees of spinal stenosis.The surgery went well and within 3 weeks,the pain returned.I was diagnosed with FBSS. ... (7 replies)
... I've had five of six prolo sessions with a traditional pain M.D. who ran out of all other options. He does it free as part of my office visits. It HAS stabilized SI, ligament, sacral areas where I felt tears (it felt like my left SI was holding on by a thread). My pain is now limited to the base of my spine. A dynamic/kinetic MRI showed that I still have a partial... (7 replies)
... and wanted to remove it. It is so important for us to educate ourselves and insist on thorough explanations. I have looked at my MRI films with 5 different doctors, but it is only after this last visit that I truly understand what they show and how this relates to my symptoms. ... (69 replies)

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