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... @ helminj1 I am so happy to find all of this information on the web. I have only known about this condition for 10 years. I started complaining about the pain at age 12 and was told numerous times it was due to weight. Well in adulthood the pain condition continued even when I had a healthy weight. Now I am 29 years old and have seen more than a handful of surgeons (ortho and... (5 replies)
... olisthesis is less than a grade I. He also has an "ununited secondary ossification center"....or it could just be on old chip fracture. The radiologist reads the pars defects and the "ununited secondary... ... (1 replies)
... Mild diffuse disc bulge with flattening of the posterior disc margin. No central or foraminal stenosis. No pars defect or subluxation. ... (1 replies)

... elp you out, but I wanted to make a couple comments. I imagine there are other things going on with your lumbar spine that may be at least as significant as the pars defect, if not more so. ... (3 replies)
... You get pars defect when you have spondylolithesis or spondylosis. You probably have a vertabrae that is slipping back and forth over an adjacent vertabrae. ... (2 replies)
... rays. The L5 is still behind the S1 which is a good sign. But Ive seen that people can have a pars defect and still good positoning. ... (4 replies)
... How do you get a Pars defect when your not an athelete that plays a high impact sport or if you have not been in an accident? ... (2 replies)
... r born that way.lets order a mri.and he sent me right back to work.the pain was getting worse.so i eventually got a lawyer and i saw a spine specialist who found pars defect in my si l5.the w.c comp insurance has denied my benifits stating my injury is pre existing. ... (2 replies)
... Hi everyone, this is my first post. I'm so glad to find this message board!! BACKGROUND: My 16yr old son was dx w/a bilateral pars defect at L5 - there is a 5mm break on each side so the middle of the vertebra is "floating" - we have been to 3 orthopedics.... all 3 say to WAIT and give it time to calm down and the pain will go away. Its been 3 months, he's literally don't... (2 replies)
... foraminal stenosis call caused due to bilateral congenital pars defect. ... (11 replies)
... i had a bulging disc l5-s1 and a discectomy before they discovered the pars. i was ok for like 5 weeeks now i have major muscular back pain. ortho surgeon thinks its from instability due to the pars. I never heard of the rods you mentioned, could you explain please? (6 replies)
... hi all, i was hoping somebody can give me some success stories on an l5-s1 spinal fusion. i am gonna put it off as long as i can but who knows when im gonna break and say i cant take it no more. im 26 yrs old and i know they only last about 10 yrs, my doctor said i could get lucky and have it last 20 yrs before my next level would need surgery. i know how bad back surgery... (4 replies)
... S1 with posterior pedicle screws to correct a spondiolysthesis with pars defect that resulted in ddd. I had persistent pain in my left lower back, burning in my right leg perpetual tighness in both hamstrings. ... (1 replies)
... I have the same problem. My fracture is at L5 on both sides as well. ... (2 replies)
... My surgery was a little different also as he did not take everything apart and remove the disk. He secured the pars defect and stabilized the spine with the rods. He did put fusion material to help with strengthening the spine. ... (196 replies)
... Since you have a spondylolisthesis, your situation is a bit different from most fusion patients who do not have a pars defect. Since you are only 25, chances are very good that your slippage will continue to worsen, at least to some extent, as you age... ... (2 replies)
... eally must take exception to your comments. An orthopedic spine surgeon is NOT an orthopedic generalist and is not involved in "setting bones" unless there is a pars defect or something like that. ... (6 replies)
... Hello all, I was just curious about restrictions and such as I was told that I am able to drive 5 days post op and I had my l4l5 plif with hardware and l5s1 stabilization with removal of partial vertibrae from bilateral pars defect at s1 all of this done on 2/20/09. I am driving and walking with a back brace on, but my serious concern is of traveling, sex, and (embarressing)... (13 replies)
... Welcome Cristina, So sorry to hear you had painful results from such a fun evening. Not fair. You've come to the right place for answers to your questions. I had a anterior/posterior fusion with cadaever disc instead of cages at L4/5 and L5/S1 with 6 screws and 2 rods almost 4 weeks ago. They do get you up and out of bed the day after surgery and everyday thereafter. It... (3 replies)
... lateral pars defect and significant neural forminal encroachment due to disc obliteration and the slippage". ... (0 replies)


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