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Mild disc dessication, mild contouring of ventral thecal sac, central stenosis. Treatment?

Hi i need help getting information of my mri any help will be appreciated. L4-l5 there is mild desiccation oh the disc with a broad-based central disc protrusion. There is mild contouring of the ventral thecal sac with mild central stenosis . L5-s1 there is mild desiccation of the disc with a diffuse annular bulge. There is bright signal inferiorly in the annular fibers compatible with a annular tear. There is mild cental and bilateral foraminal stenosis.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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good evening...well you have told us a lot of findings about the MRI... how much of a trouble isn't causing you. do you have any backache or any pain radiating to the legs? any loss of control over your vowels or bladder.. if you experiencing any of these kindly consult a spine surgeon at the earliest
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