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... I just received the report from my GP on my MRI and I'm being referred to either a Ortho or Neuro specialist for a determination of my options. If anyone can help me anticipate my alternatives ahead of time to prepare for the appointment it would be greatly appreciated. MRI results: Alignment in the lumbar spine is normal. Lumbar vertebral bodies are normal in height and... (16 replies)
... There appears to be a transitional lumbosacral segment. ... (3 replies)
... down lateral lumbosacral spot films. There appears to be a transitional lumbosacral segment. There is articulation of the left transitional sacral segment, which occasionally can cause symptoms referred to as bertolotti syndrome. Clinical correlation would be useful. ... (3 replies)

... Aubbtle activity left SI joint probably related to transitional L5 segment with partial sacralization. There is only mild activity at this location, and this is not clearly pathologic. However, this could be a source of pain. ... (14 replies)
... S1 segment with partial sacralization on the left. ... (3 replies)
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... I know transitional means change but what is changing and why? ... (4 replies)
... S1 Segment , with Partial Sacralization on the left. ... (4 replies)
... This would show if you have had further deterioration of that segment in the years since your fusion. ... (1 replies)
... S1 on the left. Suble activity left SI joint probably related to transitional L5 segment with partial sacralization. There os only mild activity at this location , and not clearly pathologic. However, this could be a spurce of pain. ... (0 replies)
Jul 19, 2016
... S1 segment. Disc material has come out of the disk toward the right side, and is coming in contact with the S1 spinal nerve. The material is pushing into the central canal. Again the foramina are clear. ... (7 replies)
Spinal Bleeding?
Jun 26, 2012
... hemorrhage extending into the subjacent lateral recess down to the inferior aspect of the L5 vertebral body. This posteriorily displaces and flattens the right S1 and to a lesser degree S2 nerve roots in the lateral recess. ... (42 replies)
I am confused!!
May 19, 2010
... is maintained. S1 appears to be a transitional lumbosacral segment. ... (18 replies)
... Transitional lumbrosacral segment is designated as partially lumbarized S1 vertebra to be consistent with the nomenclature used on prior MRI report. The conus medullaris is normal in contour and terminated at L2. ... (1 replies)
... When counting from the top of the vertebral column, the patient is seen to have a transitional lubosacral segment in that there is partial lumbarization of S1. ... (7 replies)
Jul 19, 2016
... right S1 nerve root. ... (7 replies)
... Postural back pain and right low lumbar stenotic symptoms with right L5 and S1 sensory radiculopathy associated with transitional lumbar sacral segment and possible foraminal compromise at lowest level. ... (2 replies)
... A transitional vertebra at the lumbosacral junction has characteristics of both the lumbar and the sacral vertebrae. ... (2 replies)
... I cannot answer your MRI question, but, I will suggest you obtain another MRI since it has been a year. Something else may have gone wrong since you are experiencing pain that is so much worse. After all my Medical records were lost in the mail a long time ago, I now always get copies of any and all medical records, lab results, etc. I toss them in a box I started back... (4 replies)
... Full sacralization of the l-5 and s-1 to my understanding is due to Trama to the spine or impact basically it's the end of the spine its shaped like a triangle between your hips its a abnormal fusion of the vertebre I also have full sacralization I know there is unilateral and bilateral I have 2 bulged disc's at those points with full sacralization exact quote from the dr... (4 replies)

Associated Tags: bertolotti's syndrome, central canal stenosis, lumbar fusion, sacroiliac dysfunction

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