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MRI shows herniation of disc with compression of thecal sac. Back pain radiating to leg

findings of my MRI LS SPINE REPORT a. 1. Clinical history. Backache , radiating to right leg 2. Technique. Sagittal and axial images obtained at T1 and T2 weighted imaging protocol MR Myelographic images are also obtained. 3. Posterior central and right paracentral herniation of L4-5 IV disc with the compression of thecal sae and nerve roots.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Your problems and MR report both seem significant. Consult a spine surgeon. After clinical examination you may be suggested a conservative trial or intervention.
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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ur condition is no new in the medical field. this needs percutaneous decompressive discectomy, a non surgical prcoedure. in india this may cost something around 50000/- and has wonderful results.
Answered: Thu, 25 Oct 2012
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