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... The spinal surgeon has no idea what is wrong, and why the facet joint injections have made me worse. His best course of action now is Pain Management Clinic. ... (9 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (4 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (14 replies)

... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (14 replies)
... less so to facet arthropathy. ... (12 replies)
... disc seen in association with mild facet hypertrophy. The disc extends toward the inferior recesses of the exit foramina bilaterally but without direct neural compression. ... (18 replies)
... the facet joints performed by the other surgeon were exactly as he would have recommended... ... (9 replies)
... there is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. ... (16 replies)
... There is no focal disc herniation. The synovial articulating facet joints are mildly hypertrophic, but the foramina are patent, and the nerve roots exit in a normal manner. ... (0 replies)
... S1 neuroforamen causing compression of the exiting left L5 nerve root. ... (5 replies)
... This can be a source of instability. It may be something you were born with, since you have the transitional vertebra at this level as well. It may be that your retrolisthesis is stable and isn't causing any problems. ... (2 replies)
... there is straightening of the normal cervical lordosis with mild reversal at the level of C3. The vertebral body heights are normal. The marrow signal is fairly homogeneous. No focal marrow edema is evident. ... (0 replies)
... There is evidence of bilateral spondylolysis of L5 parsinterarticularis causing grade 1 spondylolisthesis of L5 over S1 vertebra with significant fatty marrow changes in the adjacent portions of posterior elements. ... (1 replies)
... S1 which is focally prominent centrally and to the right. There is also mild facet arthrophy on the left. There is also a slight thickening of the ligimenta flava. ... (2 replies)
... c7, I believe., I think Ive had the neck thing alot longer then the back from a car accident back in the 80's., oh and my facet joints are basically rubbing bone to bone. ... (3 replies)
... S1 level and probably facet joint degeneration here. ... (8 replies)
... There is no disruption of the facet joints. ... (26 replies)
... I have had this done at the C5-C7 level about 6 times, it caused minimal relief, usually they sedate you a little then take you in a room laying face down on the table and using a C Style radiograph machine place the needles into your neck, back etc.... and inject the site. Mine were done over a 4 day period in which the first 2 days they went above and below the site and... (1 replies)
... He felt there was significant stenosis present there, and he felt that level was inoperable. He seemed to think I was at high risk of mobility issues someday due to the disease present at that level. ... (0 replies)
... convention is used for the purposes of this dictation. Scoliosis of the lumbar spine convex to the left. The tip of the conus medullaris is at approximately the level of L1. The lumbar vertebrae appear normally aligned. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: degenerative disc disease, disc bulge, edema, hypertrophy, l4-l5, mri help, nerve impingement, osteoarthritis, retrolisthesis, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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