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Lumbar and dorsal spine x-ray report showing lumbar spondylosis. No back pain. Is this a normal report?

Hello Doctor, I have performed my Lumbar & Dorsal Spine X – Ray and tests however the report states the below:- Early ostophytes at L4-L5 vertebrae Impression:- Early & Lumbar spondylosis(suggest corelate clinically) My question is, is this issue normal and what should be a normal routine report like for self satisfactions however i do not get any back aches whatsover. Thanks and appreciate your swift response Regards Rahul Roy
Asked On : Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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Hi Rahul.
Thanks for choosing HCM.
You need not be unduly worried about this report, if you have no complaints.
However please note that the condition is a degenerative disease & you need to exercise your back to keep the back muscles strong to prevent further worsening.[You have not stated your age.]
You may consult a doctor who will do some clinical examination to see if this needs any more thought.
Answered: Tue, 7 Aug 2012
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