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MRI showed asymmetrical disc bulge in L4-5, focal left para-median annular tear, mild stenosis. Meaning in simple terms?

Good morning, Findings through an MRI is as follows: L4-5 has a asymmetrical disk bulge with a focal left paramedian annular tear.this finding abuts the thecal sac and caused mild central stenosis .there is a mild to moderate left and mild right neural foraminal stenosis secondary to disk bulge and hypertropnic facet changes. Could you put this in lay men s terms please......
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, some time it is not possible to interpret the whole medical terminology in simple language but of course this can be explained as long as the disease is concern and here form the report I could say that this is degenerative disease of spinal cord, it is being narrowed, from where the cord is going, the disk have been came out of the original place, hope this information helps you, have nice day.
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