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What does left neural foraminal disc bulge resulting in mild stenosis of the inferior aspect impingement in MRI mean ?

wan moment pleases is the traslate questions good afternoon my name is I have 42 years old I betzaida et foraminal disc bulge l May 25 a fall at work sent me back to do one o clock CT without contrast but in the L5 S1 right paracentral came following foraminal disc bulge and right resulting in stenosis of the right neural foramen. external compression and impingement upon the right exiting nerve root seen. Small left neural foraminal disc bulge resulting in mild stenosis of the inferior aspect impingement.
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Apr 2014

Thanks for query

Disc bulge means bulging of intervertebral disc( i.e. gelatin like material in between two vertebra). Bulging may be in any direction,it may be diffuse, central,para central, anterior or posterior.
Bulging of intervertebral disc causes obstruction in the normal openings in the spine through which nerve roots exits. obstruction in the openings causes compression of the nerve roots and it cuses the symptoms. Normally,nerve roots exists from both sides.
In your case compression is more in the right side where as it is less in the left side as disc bulge is small in left side.
Hope you will understand the terms.

Take Care,
Dr.Indu Bhushan
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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