my mother was having severe back pain at lumbar region, MRI report said that due to bulging of disc at the level of L3,L4 nerve at that level and thecalsacimpingment is causing that pain and it is not severe ...
and traversing nerve roots. 2)Diffuse disc bulge at L3-L4 causing indentation on thecalsac bilateral mild ...Hello Sir. I am 32 year old ,my MRI result shows 1)Diffuse disc bulge at L4-L5,L5-S1 causing ...
c4-c5 mild to moderate disc height loss with a 2mm central disc protrusion the spinal canal is mildly narrowed with slight indentation of thecalsac. the neural foramina are patent c5-c6 there is also ...
What is the annular tear with small right postrolateral disc prolapes at L2-3 level and thecalsac and related never root
This means that the soft cushion between your 2nd and 3rd lumbar vertebrae is torn and tiny bits if its insides are pushing and constriction the nerve that passes next to that disc. This would normally cause back pain and pain in regions near the seat of your pants and thighs. The treatment is to get rid of the excess protruding parts of the disc.
What is indentation of thecalsac?
Thecalsac is the whole spinal cord covering.indenation of thecalsac means notching it.Just notching it wont cause any symptoms in many.But if it is more compressing then there can be neurological symptoms.
My MRI showed Degenerative Disc Disease, Severe Spinal Stenosis, and a Herniated disc compressing thecalSac. Pain is always present. Will i need surgery?
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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.
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