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MRI showed mild disc height loss and mild non compressive disc bulge. Suggestions?

MY Spine MRI shows : T12 L1 Mild disc height loss and mild noncompressive disc bulge. No spinal canal or foraminal stenosis is seen L1-L2 Mild disc height loss. Mild circumfrential disc bulge. Indential L1 vertebral body hemangioma L4-L5 Circumfrential disc bulge. Mild to loderate bilateral facet OA. Right sided foraminal zone annular tear. Moderate bilateral lateral recess stenosis is seen with possible impingement of traversing L4 nerve roots right greater than left. No foraminal stenosis is seen. Mild congenital spinal canal stenosis. Mild disc desiccation. L5-S1 Moderate disc desiccation. Circumferential disc bulge. Right paracentral disc protrusion contacting the traversion right S1 nerve root. There is a suble right paracentral annular tear present. No spinal canal stenosis i sseen. Mild bileteral facet OA. Mild interior neural foraminal narrowing is seen but no definite impingement of the exiting L5 nerve roots.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Welcome at HCM.

I have read your complete question.It looks from your details that yoou are having subtle disc changes IN MRI at different levels.The good thing is that at any level you are not having compression of nerve or spinal canal stenosis.

At present you should do exercises for stregthening of spine.You may view that at following link-

Hope this will help you.

With best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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