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Disc dehydration, impingement on thecal sac and nerve root, focal extrusion. What is the treatment?

Intervertebral levels: Disc dehydration is noted at L3-4 & L4-5 levels. L3-4: Left foraminal broad based herniation causing mild impingement on thecal sac and adjacent exiting left L3 nerve root . L4-5: Right paracentral focal extrusion with extension towards right neural foramina causing moderate to significant impingement on thecal sac and adjacent traversing right L5 nerve root. Other lumbar discs: No significant herniations. Both S.I. joints are normal. what is the treatment that i shd take?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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U have to take tab pregalin sr 75mg once in night daily for 10 days .if urine control good no need to worry.u have to learn and do back strengthening exercises daily life long to prevent progression.u hav to take cap rejunuron daily a vitamin
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