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... This is very important because I need to be able to make an informed decision on whether or not to have surgery to correct the issues shown in the MRI's. ... (3 replies)
... I am new to this board and looking for some help in understanding my MRI report. I have an appointment with my Dr. late Monday afternoon but in the mean time would like to be able to understand this report. ... (3 replies)
... I suspect that your spine took a great deal of abuse when you were deployed and your MRI is reflecting the results of that stress and strain. ... (10 replies)

... Severe pain in top of left shoulder, and constant pain in left buttocks and posterior thigh and knee. Sometimes the pain goes down to the ankle. My pain is so bad, I get very little sleep, and it is difficult to function. I have been taking Arthrotec and Darvocets for the pain with little relief. ... (6 replies)
... You have to keep in mind that all my comments are based on what is in the MRI report. There may be things visible in the images that would provide more information. When I began my journey I relied on my internist to handle my care. ... (13 replies)
... without contrast results of my Cervical Spine. ... (0 replies)
... Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. Sometimes I run out of time before I finish my thoughts. ... (3 replies)
... It is important to know that the MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (3 replies)
... First, thank you for your service, and welcome to the board. I can give you a general idea of what the wording of your MRI indicates, but know that the MRI is but one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. ... (10 replies)
... esis, the L5 vertebra is slipping across the S1 vertebra. You may find that this causes your pain and symptoms to move around. I remember I usually had pain in my right leg, but one day I went into PT complaining of my left leg hurting...and that continued for six months. Sometimes it will cause symptoms in both legs. ... (2 replies)
... Are you seeing a spine specialist? ... (7 replies)
... Basically the report indicates that there are degenerative changes throughout the lumbar spine area. ... (7 replies)
... ppens as people age and may be due to posture. In more severe cases this can lead to listhesis which is a slipping of one vertebra onto another. This can lead to spine instability and may cause sporadic issues with pressing on nerve roots or the spinal cord. The report indicates you are not suffering from this. ... (9 replies)
... enter or insides of the discs can actually come out of the disc and press into nerves, plus I read that just the chemicals inside the disc can be very irritating on surrounding tissues. ... (3 replies)
... I just had a Mri of my cervical and thorastic spine. I understand the arthritic and bone spur parts but but do know not what these other findings mean. ... (1 replies)
MRI Understanding
Oct 24, 2013
... Because my insurance ran out the doctor has not made any suggestions as to what to do. He just gives pain medicine. Can someone interpret these results? ... (2 replies)
Spinal MRI
Sep 15, 2008
... I would like help understanding my MRI. I'll try not to be too lengthy. ... (0 replies)
... re concern for treatment than your lumbar issues, at the moment, and thus they will more than likely tell you, let's deal with this area first, then we will work on that. I hope that makes sense to you. So don't be surprised if that happens. ... (3 replies)
... L5 level on the left. It is described as a ganglion cyst, which makes sense as it is growing at the facet joint. ... (1 replies)
... upright MRI. If your pain is much worse upright compared to lying down, you may get more clear information about the instability in an upright position with the spine bearing the weight of your upper body. ... (11 replies)

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