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Grade 1 anterolisthesis at l3 4 and l4 5 contributing to mild spinal stenosis at both levels

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Have mild posterior disk bulge and mild spinal stenosis. Have pain in neck and numbness in arm and hand. What should I do?

and mild spinal stenosis and mild narrowing of the rt neural foramen at c3-4. at c4-5 mild posterior disk ... to moderate spinal stenosis. Bilateral unovertebral degenerative changes with mild narrowing of both neural ...
 

MRI showed flattening of the cord with mild spinal stenosis. What treatment should be done?

based protrusion is present. Flattening of the cord, with mild spinal stenosis is seen. At C6 - 7a small ...I just got this diagnosis can you explain what if anything should be done? 1. Significant C5 ...
 

MRI showed mild spinal stenosis, 3 bulging discs, one is pressing on spinal cord. Surgery needed?

Recent mri shows mild spinal stenosis , 3 bulging discs, one is pressing on spinal cord . Chronic back pain , lose feeling in one leg standing/walking for more than a few minutes. Surgery necessary? ...
 

Have torn ligaments on back. Medical procedure?

is multiple perneural cysts at the sacral level, L4/L5 severe spinal stenosis secondary to hypertrophy of the facets and ligamentum flavum areas, L5/s1 mild spinal stenosis secondary to hypertrophy of the facets ...
 

L4-L5 disc space narrowing, calcification, protrusion, spinal stenosis. What does this mean?

Hello my name is XXXXXXX pleace help me L4-L5 has mild disc space narrowing . There is calcification of the L4-L5 disc posteriorly and broad –based posteriorly disc protrusion and they sad that I ...
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What does mild spinal stenosis in MRI report suggest?

this is my mri report at l-1 l-2 through l-4 l-5 there are no disc bulges spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis at l-s s-1 there is a disc bulge that is eccentric to the right with extrusion posterior ...
 

MRI shows anterolisthesis, spinal stenosis. History of kidney, heart problems. Prognosis?

I have a change in my MRI and am showing a Subtle Grade 1 anterolisthesis of L3 and L4. Also I have severe spinal stenosis at L3 and L4 and persistent moderate to severe bilateral foraminal narrowing and L ...
 

Is it advisable for lumbar spinal stenosis?

Hello, I am a 38 yr old male w/ lumbar spinal stenosis, both foraminal and central canal areas at L5-S1,L4-L5, and L3-L4. I am very active and would obviosly like to stay that way. I did get ...
 

What does the following X-ray result indicate? 

bulging annulus moderate posterior facet arthropathy mild spinal stenosis are noted at the L3-4 level L4-5 ... at the L5-S1 level Impression: degenerative disc disease. The dominant finding is at the L3-4 level where ...
 

Mild spinal stenosis, circulation blockage, has difficulty in walking upstairs, leg weakness. Remedy?

my mom has mild spinal stenosis and mild circulation blockage, however; of the past two years or so ... spinal stenosis shouldn t be causing the leg weakness nor should the circulation. What should we do ...
 

Suggest treatment for spinal stenosis

I have L4-5 posterior disc bulge with increasing central spinal stenosis and the AP canal diameter ... arthropathy at 4 more levels. I am most concerned about the stenosis. What can I expect the surgeon to do? ...
 

MRI shows grade 1 anterolisthesis and Tarlov and perineural cysts in sacral canal. Risks?

MRI shows grade 1 anterolisthesis l4-l5. Tarlov and perineural cysts in sacral canal and upper lumbar levels. L3-l4 mild diffuse bulging disc and facet hypertrophy L4-l5. Shows moderate to severe ...
 

Suggest treatment for disc protrusion bulge

T12-L1 LEVEL DISC DESICACION AND MODERATE LEFT SIDED DISC SPACE NARROWING THERE IS 5MM MIDLINE DISC POTRUSION DISC WITH MILD SPINAL STENOSIS L4-L5MODERATE DISC SPACE NARROWING THERE IS DISC BULGE 3MM DISC ...
 

What does this MRI test result for spine indicate?

Is the following MRI result considered normal for a 50 yr old male? Mild spinal stenosis at L3-4. Moderate spinal stenosis at L4-5 with narrowing of the left neural foramen. Broad-based disc bulge ...
 

What does uncovertebral arthropathy in my below MRI report suggest?

I had an MRI. It read, c4-c5 there is a disk bulge with bilateral uncovertebral arthropathy. The anterior CSF space is effaced the posterior CSF is persevered. There is mild spinal stenosis no appreciable ...
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My MRI showed Degenerative Disc Disease, Severe Spinal Stenosis, and a Herniated disc compressing thecal Sac. Pain is always present. Will i need surgery?
Welcome to Healthcare magic. 1. Depends on the stage of compression. 2.Initially its ortho suggest some non invasive things like, rest, excersises. 3.When its advanced stage operative procedure are done. 4.Nowadays least invasive interventional things came up so try if needed. Any question ? don't hesitate. Thank you.
 
Hi, DDD, L3, L4, L5, S1 black on scans, congenital spinal stenosis, on Voltaren 75mg BID, Acute severe sciatia with drop foot, Prednisone not working. Advice?
Hello, Welcome. Please consult your orthopedic for nerve stimulation test and exercises. Also consult your physiotherapist for help. Ask if operation needed or not. Continue medicines. Take protein rich diet like beans, peas, eggs etc. Take care...
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