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Moderate right lateral recess impingement

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Low back pain. MRI shows minimal bulging with disc herniation causing narrowing of lateral recess. Suggestions?

moderate narrowing of the left lateral recess , and likely impingement of the traversing left L5 nerve root . There is no right lateral recess narrowing. There is no neural foraminal narrowing. L5-S1 there is a disc bulge ...
 

Have severe back pain. Have no reflection on the knee, foot. Have right lateral disc herniation. Treatment?

on the right side into the right lateral recess where there is also impingement on the right L4 nerve root ... into the right lateral recess where there is impingement on the right S1 nerve root. ...
 

Severe back pain, urine incontinence, MRI suggests no stenosis, effacement of the right lateral recess, distended bladder. Suggestions?

and causing moderate effacement of the right lateral recess. This right-sided disc measures 5 mm in AP ... the central and right thecal sac and causing moderate effacement of the right lateral recess . Distended ...
 

Does space changes at L4 L5 with mild right and moderate left lateral recess narrowing cause worsening pain ?

,WITH MILD RIGHT AND MILD TO MODERATE LEFT LATERAL RECESS NARROWING ,,, THE PAIN THAT I HAVE IS IN THE LOWER RIGHT ,,PAIN IS THERE 24/7 SOME DAYS WORSE THAN OTHERS ...WHAT ECXACTLY THIS REPORT MEANS ...
 

Bilateral degenerative disc osteophytes with severe stenosis and moderate lateral recess stenosis of nerves. What does it mean?

i have c5/6 bilateral degenerate disc osteophytes with severe stenosis and involvement of both existing c6 nerves. plus at presumed L4/5 there is degenerate disc bulge with moderate left lateral recess ...
 

What does diffuse disk bulge with large central annular fissure and central anal stenosis mean?

L4-L5 diffuse disk bulge with large central annular fissure. narrows bilateral lateral recesses and may contact traversing L5 nerve roots without definete impingement. what does this mean? moderate ...
 

Back pain. MRI said Minimal asymmetric annular bulge disc with right lateral recess narrowing. Meaning?

hi i am 26 year old .i have severe back pain and the pain cotinue to my right leg.i took MRI the impression says - Minimal asymmetric annular bulge in L4-5 disc with right lateral recess narrowing ...
 

MRI shows moderate anterior subluxation of L5, chronic bilateral spondylolysis, severe foraminal stenosis with nerve root compression. Indications?

into the neural foramina. mild ilateral S1 nerve root impingement within the lateral recesses. No central stenosis . Severe right and moderate-severe left L5 foraminal stenosis with some nerve root compression ...
 

Have lower back pain. MRI shows severe narrowing of left lateral recess. Advice?

of thecal sac, severe narrowing of left lateral recess and mild narrowing of lateral recess diffuse disc ... indentation of thecal sac and severe narrowing of bilateral recess (left right) Request advice me remedial ...
 

Diagnosed with varicocele in right testicle, moderate pain. Safe to have surgery at a later date?

Hi, i m 22 years old now, since i am 19 yrs old, i was diagnosed with varicocele in my right testicle, the pain is about 5 out of 10. (10 is the most painful). I CAN tolerate the pain because ...
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MRI of lumbar spine shows herniation that impinges upon theca sac. No back pain but pain in leg.

-based disc herniation at L4-L5 that impinges upon the theca sac and lateral recesses. At L5-S1 ... upon the epidural fat and lateral recesses bilaterally, more prominent on the right side. It appears ...
 

Pain, discomfort in lower back and leg. CT scan showed impingement of the S1 nerve root. Prognosis?

and down back of leg. Main comment in CT scan is "There is impingement of the right S1 nerve root by a broad disc bulge extending into the lateral recess at L5/S1. No spina stenosis noted. No focal disc ...
 

Does MRI reports of spine indicates to be serious?

hypertrophy causing narrowing of the lateral recesses and impingement of the transversing L5 nerve roots. 2. Moderate right neural foraminal narrowing at L4-5 level which may cause impingement of the exiting right L4 ...
 

Have disc problem in L4-L5 region, pain in testis. Are there any chances of erection problem?

. The MRI reports like "Early degenerative disc disease with moderate diffuse annular bulge (L4-L5 level)causing indentation of thecal sac and bilateral asymmetrical lateral recess and neural foraminal narrowing (left>right ...
 

Have paraesthesia in leg and pain around buttock. Do I need surgery?

32/m complains: paraesthesia , right leg. mostly involving the sole, involving the lateral aspect of sole. (lateral planter nerve territory) right calf tenderness. pain around the right buttock: along ...
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