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... I have (I think lol now I gotta re read my mri) spondylolsis. Which i think is different from spondylolysis and def diff from spondylothesis. BUT what is each one and is either of the first two mean that you have a fracture in your spine when it says that word on the report, or would it say that as well in reference to the fracture?? I know the last on (even though I... (2 replies)
... I am a 40 year old woman, I got a MRI and when I ask my doctor what everything means they always make sure to use doctor language. I feel they don't want me to fully understand cause they are pushing surgery on me. And I would like to understand in normal haven't gone to medical school language so I can decide if surgery is my only option. Grade 1 spondylolisthesis of L5... (2 replies)
... Bilateral spondylolsis of l5 first degree. There is a left sided spur causing foraminal narrowing. There is a central disc herniation at l4, l5. ... (21 replies)

... Welcome to the board. I'm sure you know that on this particular forum the members do not have professional medical training, so you must always take that into consideration when reading posts....I can give you a general idea of the main points of your MRI just based on my experiences with my own MRIs...it will give you some general ideas of what you may be discussing with... (8 replies)
... Bilateral L5 spondylolsis without high signal intensity to suggest acuity. there is grade 1 anterolisthesis of L5 with respect to S1. ... (19 replies)
... Ah yes ty so much, I had an old MRI and was like I had a fracture? and then I was getting confused (not that 2 extruded discs dont' prob feel like a fracture but lol) then I tried googling it and it made me more confused- and the percocets wearing off too figure that ! Thank you I had the first one and arthritis DDD etc sure seemed like my back was broken when I was... (2 replies)
... Spondylosis is degenerative arthritis of the vertebra and related tissues. It's normal, to some degree, as people age. Spondylolysis is a defect in the transverse plane of the vertebra - typically caused by a stress fracture of the bone. This can be due to over activity or injury. Spondylolysthesis is the anterior displacement of a vertebra in relation to the vertebra... (2 replies)
... Hey I got the same thing from a workers comp Dr. But my surgeon called it traumatic spondy. I was lifting a box also. Actually I grabbed a 45lb box and jumped down about 6ft to the ground. Not very smart huh ? I broke a piece of my back when I did ti. (5 replies)
... My doc said I have pre exsisting spondylolsis and spondylisthesis... ... (5 replies)
... Does spondylolsis and or spondylisthesis get worse over time? ... (5 replies)
... My story is long but the just of it is... I have spondylolsis and spondylolythesis. I see an ortho surgeon. He wants me to do physio for a couple of months as a last resort, he does not want to operate. ... (10 replies)
Xray??
Nov 9, 2004
... Every web site that I went to concerning Spondylolsis referred to it as another name for DDD and that it is a natural part of aging. Lifestyle and genetics play a huge part in how fast your back degenerates. ... (5 replies)
Xray??
Nov 9, 2004
... S1. It is very painfull for me. I also suffer from Lumbar Lordosis and sciatica. Spondylolsis can also lead to Spondylolisthesis. Spondylolisthesis is what they call it when a vertebrae slips onto another one. ... (5 replies)
... I am 22. I just recived my examination repot from my doctor. I Have a grade 3 spondylolisthesis, and there is almost certainly spondylolsis present. I have been told that a spine clinic will be contacting me to make an appointment. I am very scared at this point. ... (3 replies)


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