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Stable anterior spinal listhesis at L3-4 of 2 mm, Stable

Stable anterior spinal listhesis at L3-4 of 2 mm, Stable scoliosis with the convexity pointing the left and the apex at approximately L3. There is again lateral subluxation of L2 to the right,
Diffuse discogenic degenerative changes.

What is the prognosis here and is surgery the only remedy?
Wed, 24 Oct 2018
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