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MRI shows disc lesions and terminal lipoma. Advice?

Hi, I,m 44 years old. I had MRI of lumosacralspine. Conclusion : multi level posterior disc lesions being effective at L 4/5 level where associated ligamento- facetal spinal canal compromise is noted. Filum terminal lipoma (developmental variant ) . Should I send you all the findings in the report or is the conclusion enough ? Kindly advise. Many thanks.God bless you.
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Im am not interested about ur mri reports.Can u pls tell me ur problem.Do u have back ache n any radiating pain to legs?any paresthesias in the limbs?Do u have any urinary problems?Is there any history of trauma?ur mri suggestive of multilevel disc bulges most at l4/l5.Nothing to worry unless u have severe back ache not being controlled on medications,u have any weakness of limbs /numbness in leg or foot/urinary problems.pls give me all these detailsn then send the mri findings.Thank u.
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