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Can anybody help
Jul 16, 2010
... Hi, I am a newbie to the board, and have been reading a lot of the post and have gotten a lot of information. Thank you guys for sharing. I am a 39 year old female with a very active family. Can anybody help me with MRI Results? ... (2 replies)
... right buttock...side of theigh, and outside of shin into ankle and foot that hurt and ache.....the left side aches also...but not as bad. I do also get kind of a surface numbness on the outside of my shins, and across the top of my insteps. ... (14 replies)
... First I'd like to thank all of you for taking the time answer my previous post. I did however, recieve a copy of my MRI todayand meet with the Neurologist. Though he did try to explain, I was hoping maybe you guys could explain it in a "Easier to understand" English. ... (2 replies)

... But what I also noted in the report it discussed "focAl dark signals at the T9 level if I am reading it right and then goes on to say SUBTLE SCLEROSIS? ... (34 replies)
... First of all, the lumbar region, is the lower back of the spine. It is the most common area to have issues when it comes to the spine. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Yes, there can be that much change, both in the structural condition of your back and between different MRIs. MRI reports are written by a radiologist who is either connected with the facility performing the imaging, or is hired by them to read the imaging performed there. ... (4 replies)
... Most GP's are not great at reading spinal MRI's so I urge you to see a spine specialist. There are 2 kinds...Orthopedic and Neurosurgeon...and they have a fellowship in spine training. They are the best at reading the results of your test and in knowing what steps need to be taken. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, My first time on the board. I have had chronic lower back problems for years Lower back pain and tingling numbness in left leg. Got a MRI and it said IMPRESSION: Subchondral changes of degenerative disease at the L4-5 level. LEFT-SIDED DISK PROTRUSION AT L4-5 CAUSING COMPROMISE OF THE LEFT LATERAL RECESS AND LEFT FORAMEN. EARLY AND MINIMAL CENTRAL CANAL STENOSIS WITH... (1 replies)
... I have degeneration of my discs with a Schmorls node and annular bulging all at grade 3. ... (11 replies)
... Hi everyone! I have spent the last few days reading all your post about surgery. Here is my story... I'm 43 yrs old. ... (11 replies)
... Hi folks. Reading these messages...this seems almost like one happy family where many of you know each other rather well. I hope I can add a little something to this whole back subject. Here's my story and advice for those who are in that stage that so many people go through at some point or another. ... (1 replies)
... I've suffered from a severe lower back pain and lesser upper back pain for awhile and getting worse each year. ... (3 replies)
Help Reading MRI
Mar 11, 2013
... L5 level. The disc located between the Lumbar 4 and Lumbar 5 vertebrae is bulging, and pushing out of the disc space into the foramen at that level. ... (2 replies)
... It appears that while some of the disc is still there sounds like it is heading towards vertebrae on vertebrae the way I am reading it. ... (34 replies)
... then I and others reading your thread will know a bit of your background.... ... (6 replies)
... for a long time now and this has continued post ACDF. I also get hip and pelvis pain and stiffness which comes and goes. ... (2 replies)
... And thanks for the welcome, never been called a spiney. ... (11 replies)
... facets are small joint articulations on the posterior part of the lumbar spine. Hypertrophy is basically arthritis. These joints are what allow the spine to move while maintaining stability. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. That is a long fusion, but unless you want to end up in a wheelchair or bedridden, it doesn't sound like you have a choice. After reading the first sentence, I was going to encourage you to get a second opinion, but then I see you have done that... ... (1 replies)
... here, so please bear with me. I know this is long, but I am really at my wits end.I have had back pain for years. Did the PT, injections help. About a year ago, i consulted a neurologist and had a kyphoplasty due to a previous compression fracture at L1. That isn't the area where I have severe pain. ... (11 replies)

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