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What do you do with l3 l4 dorsal annular fissure tear

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What does "Annular tear with right dorsal lateral disk extrusion" mean?

. My mi impression reads: 1. Annular tear with right dorsal lateral disk extrusion at l4-l5 level ... with broad based annular bulging at l4-l5 level. Mild lateral recess and forminal narrowing is seen. 3 ...
 

Back pain radiating to the legs. Dorsal inner annular tear found in Discogram. Is the pain due to this?

I was in a car accident and have had debilitating back pain that goes down my legs. The doctors decided to do a discogram which showed a small dorsal inner annular tear at L3-4. Can this cause ...
 

MRI showed L3 L4 right foraminal annular fissure, small protrusion without nerve impingement. Required treatment?

MRI results indicated "L3 L4 right foraminal annular fissure and small protrusion without nerve impingement. What are normal treatment options, and is surgery best course to resolve? ...
 

Have Central L4/L5 disc herniation. MRI report says right sided annular tear. What does this mean?

in my L4/L5. The symptoms have been mostly burning feet/legs. The MRI report showed (roughly translated): "slightly dehydrated 4th lumbar disc with broad right sided, partly foraminal annular tear tangent right L5 ...
 

What does "minimal disc space narrowing at L2-L3, L4-L5, and L5-S1" indicate?

Paracentral small annular Fissure. 3. degenerative disc and joint disease as discussed What does all ... are maintained. Degenerative spurs are noted. There is minimal disc space narrowing at L2-L3, L4-L5, and L5-S1 ...
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Focal annular tear at L4-L5

with focal annular tear at L4-L5 causing indentation on subarachnoid space. Doctor can you please guide me ... tablets) can help me and what changes dietary changes or Iifestyle changes I need to do to get the best ...
 

MRI shows L3-4 disc desiccation, right foraminal annular tear and mild diffuse disc bulge. Effects on body ?

when an mri report is done and the result shows L3-4 disc desiccation ,ritht foraminal annular tear ... with mild impingement of the exiting leff L-4 nerve roots. what are the effects on my body. and i have tried ...
 

Degenerative disc disease, annular tear, posterior disc bulge. Do not want surgery

desiccation at l4 and l5. 2. mild annular tear at l4 and l5 with associated significant postero central disc protusion at l4 and l5 causing compression over thecal sac 3.mild discogenic spinal stenoisis. minimal ...
 

Dorsal disc margin and minimal diffuse disc bulging

Could you please explain the pathology for my MRI report. It shows mild disc height narrowing at L4-L5 with an annular tear at the dorsal disc margin and minimal diffuse disc bulging. I m 62. Would ...
 

Numbness in legs, MRI shows disc bulge at L3-L4 and L4-L5, annular tear at L5-S1, Treatment?

numbness in both legs. MRI shows disc bulge at L3-L4 & L4-L5 levels with small annular tear ....Disc protrusion with annular tear is seen at L5-S1 level causing indentation and pressure over thecal sac ...
 

Back pain, MRI shows degeneration at L5-S1 and herniation L2-L3, L4-L5. Numbness, weak after cortisone. What to do ?

2-L3, L4-L5. I have had prescriptions and cortisone shots and physical therapy with little help ... the muscle out of my thigh, I m not sure what to do now. ...
 

L5-S1 annular tear/L4-L5 & L5-S1 DDD/Epidral lipomatosis mostly in sacral canal What is this and how to treat ?

L5-S1 annular tear/L4-L5 & L5-S1 DDD/Epidral lipomatosis mostly in sacral canal What is this and how to treat? Drs here won t help!!!! Don t want to use drugs!! Servere pain, numbness , tingling ...
 

How do I check if my diagnosis for Annular Tear L5-S1 with fragmented narrowing is correct or not ?

I have been diagnosed as having an Annular Tear L5-S1 with varying degrees of fragmented narrowing. Mild to moderate degenerative disk disease. I was deny a position because of medical restrictions. I ...
 

MRI showing disc protrusion in the foraminal zone and annular tear. Disc bulge with dorsal ligamentous narrowing. What does it mean?

I have an mri that staes at c5-6, a disc protrusion in the left foraminal zone measureing 0.4 cm AP by 1.1 cm TR is present and demonstrates an annular tear. this disc protrusion appears to contact ...
 

Suffer from lumbar lordosis. MRI showing vertebra with associated bilateral spondylosis, annular tear and disc bulge. What does it mean?

with USG L3-4 n L4-L-5 show diffuse posterior bulge indenting the thecal sac .Annular tear is seen at L5-S1 ... tell me what does this mean .. What are the consequences of this ? Do I need to pay for this ? Then pl ...
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hi what does this mean. l4/5 and l5/s1 protrusion worse at l5/s1 mildly displacing the s1 nerve root on right. annular Tears seen on both discs
It is L4 or L5/S1. Lumbar for L and Sacral for L. The vertebrae is compressing the nerve mildly. Surrounding area, ligament tear seen. Thanks
 
Posterior disc bulging with annular tear at l4 l5 and l5 s1levels causing indentation on thecal sac and bilateral exiting nerve roots. pls sugg Rx. Dr Meet
Good evening.. Well there are 3 ways to deal with it. First is physiotherapy and some painkillers to relieve the compression. If it doesn't work you can get a facet joint injection . lastly if nothing works surgery is the only way out
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