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... The impression is a common term used to describe what the mri indicates to the doctor reading it. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. This is probably not the right place to ask about seeing a chiropractor as many of us who have had back issues that required surgery are not usually fans of chiropractic in general. ... (3 replies)
Reading MRI
Aug 12, 2010
... Sorry no one has answered you yet and my experience is cervical but I go for a lumbar MRI Tuesday. ... (1 replies)

... ended in a car accident 26 years ago, which began my life with pain. ... (10 replies)
... MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast, taken in the lying down position. ... (23 replies)
... board. Just to be sure you know, I am going to reiterate that none of us are doctors or have formal medical training, so you must always keep that in mind when reading on this or another forum. I can give you a general idea of what may be going on, but you need to see your doctor for an accurate reading of your MRI. ... (3 replies)
... Any help reading my lumbar Mir is greatly appreciated. ... (4 replies)
... scle spasms, but your radiology report has nothing to do with muscle spasms. What is described in the report are degenerative changes that have occurred in your lumbar spine. ... (10 replies)
... S1, I would encourage you to get a lumbar MRI in addition to a MRI of the hip. I think chances are good that you have something going on with that level that is impinging on the L5 spinal nerve root. ... (9 replies)
... I've been reading this forum for at least 11 months and have finally decided it is time to register so I could thank all those who are members and whose posts have blessed me. ... (0 replies)
... I did a lot of reading regarding open vs closed MRI's since I had that lumbar MRI and everything that I came across stated just as you did, closed are far superior to open. ... (8 replies)
... S1 is all the radiologist can see on a plain xray of the disc problem that shows on the MRI. ... (7 replies)
... I was so glad to find your post because the exact same thing happened to me. I had a very very very painful discogram and i actually tested partly positive on L4-5 but when they did the CT scan they didn't see any ruptures or tears or anything. The dics look great. So, I have no idea what's wrong and i have been in sever pain for about 25 days now post-op from the discogram.... (12 replies)
... I would like to hear if anyone has had similar problems from a Discography. My lower back has been hurting for years, and has become unbearable the last year or so. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you for responding. The first test was just a lumbar CT. And I had the MI of my thoracic and lumbar spine. I'm not sure how a cervical spine reading got in there actually. All I know really from any of this is the fact that I'm still in so much pain all the time. ... (3 replies)
... S1 just reaching the ventral surface of the thecal sac and touching the traversing S1 nerve roots in the lateral recess. There is a tear in the outer annulus. ... (7 replies)
... she sees on the images with what is found upon physical exam, a basic neurologic exam and after listening to your medical history and description of your symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Now, I did read the articles that also said that mobilisation was very ineffective in studies and that it is basically snake oil. I was wondering after reading your MRI report, why you had any type of surgery, lazer or otherwise? ... (7 replies)
... there is a disc dehydration but with reasonable preservation of disc space height. ... (3 replies)
... Is there a way for me to get a writeup on the MRI's that were took of my lumbar? ... (4 replies)

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