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Annular tear and mild bilateral foraminal

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. There is moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis, greater on the left. There is relative mild narrowing of the spinal ... mild to moderate bilateral foraminal narrowing. 3) Exaggerated lordosis ...

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protrusion and no more than mild inferior foraminal narrowing. No focal disk herniation or high grade ... to at least moderate foraminal stenosis, which appears to be slightly greater on the left. Summary: 1) Mild ...

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My MRI shows mild central canal stenosis L3-L4. Mild cervical disc bulges and bilateral osteoarthritis L3-L4, L4-L5 and small focal left foraminal disc protrusion L2-L3. ECG shows pinched nerve L4-L5 ...

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bursitis . Plus mild hamstring tendinosis and low insertional tearing of the semimembranosus tendon. I have ...I am about to have Bilateral surgery for both hips for torn Gluteal tendon. The left hip being ...

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. Moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis associated with additional uncinate spurs. ... slightly abutting the ventral surface of spinal cord . No evidence of central or foraminal stenosis. C4-C5 ...

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bulge resulting in moderate right L4-L5 foraminal stenosis and mild contact with the exiting right L4 .... There is mild bilateral L4-5 facet arthropathy.L5-S1 disc: Mild diffuse degenerative disk bulge more prominent ...

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causing mild compression on bilateral exiting L4 nerve roots at L4-5 level. mild diffuse posterior disc bulge with right paracentral annular tear indenting on anterior thecal sac at L5-S1 level. MRI report ...

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MR Imaging reveals LUMBO-SACRAL spondylotic changes with diffuse annular bulge with posterocentral annular tear L4/L5 disc causing thecal sac indentation with mild bilateral foraminal narrowing. Large ...

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root. L3 /l4 small right sub articulate / foraminal annular tear / disc protrusion. L4/ l5 broad based ... stenosis. Minimal bilateral neural foraminal narrowing. A few tiny scattered schmorl s are noted. ...

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My MRI shows: L3/L4: 4.5mm diffuse disc bulge & annular fissure with mild stenosis due to disc ... migration. Indentation on bilateral L5 traversing nerve roots. Moderate bilateral neural foraminal stenosis ...

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level more severe on left side showing annular tear causing left lateral recess and neural foraminal ...disc desiccation with diffuse disc bulge at L3-4 level causing moderate bilateral lateral recesses ...

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multilevel degenerative facet joint disease. small circumferential bulging disc at L4-L5 with mild to moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis and mild central canal stenosis. Mild to moderate bilateral foraminal ...

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. This may be impinging the L5 nerve roots. There is mild foramina stenosis. At L5/1 there is moderate left ... with moderate to severe bilateral narrowing of the foramen. There is moderate left lateral recess narrowing. can ...

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just got mri and wanted your opinion.... l3-4 posterior annular tear.mild disc bulge.the spinal canal is patent.there is mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing . l4-5: mild disc bulge ...

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help me figure out what it means. Disc desiccation at L5-S1. Minor posterior bilateral paracentral bulging wild mild encrouchment upon the ventral thecal sace and mild central bilateral neural foraminal ...

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Take physiotherapy treatment exercises and postural adive as well follow it. And you will be fine. Hut thanks and take care.

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Good evening.. Well there are 3 ways to deal with it. First is physiotherapy and some painkillers to relieve the compression. If it doesn't work you can get a facet joint injection . lastly if nothing works surgery is the only way out