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Foraminal disc margin annular fissure

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with a central disc protrusion containing small annular fissure intervertebral disk bulge in close proximity to exiting L5 nerve root . No evidence of foraminal stenosis.....I am curious if this could be the cause ...

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as lateral recess and foraminal fat. L2/3 Annular disc bulge effaces the thecal sac. Narrowing of the lateral recess and foranima bilaterally is seen. L3/4 Annular disc bulge effaces the thecal sac. Thlere is facet ...

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MRI results indicated "L3 L4 right foraminal annular fissure and small protrusion without nerve impingement. What are normal treatment options, and is surgery best course to resolve? ...

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of marginal osteophytosis. Disc desiccation at multiple levels. b. Posterior disc bulge causing thecal sac ... - Posterior disc bulge causing thecal sac compression and bilateral Neural exit foraminal compression at c4 ...

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Lumbar noncontrast MRI shows L1-2 very slight annular disc bulging, L2-3 asymmetric annular disc ... in moderate foraminal stenosis and mild bilateral facet joint arthrosis, L4-5 broad based 3 mm disc protrusion ...

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I had MRI and the impression is a focal left foraminal disk protrusion at l4-5, with annular fissuring, contributing to moderate left foraminal narrowing. L5-s1, there is mild arthropathy without ...

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4-5 there is a slightly more prominent annular fissure in the right foraminal zone associated ...I had back surgery months ago, for bulging disc and pain in my right leg, disc was hitting nerve ...

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My MRI shows marginal annualar bulges of L3-L4,L4-L5,&L5-L6 disc with thecal sac indentation and bilateral neural foraminal narrowing . My only problem is difficulty in walking as unable to lift my leg ...

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My MRI shows: L3/L4: 4.5mm diffuse disc bulge & annular fissure with mild stenosis due to disc bulge. L4/L5: Severe central canal stenosis due to 10mm posterocentral disc extrusion and 13mm cranial ...

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My MRI shows C5-6 moderate degenerative disc disease with mild marginal spondylosis. There is also ...-5, there is mild loss of disc height and marginal spondylosis. At C6-7, there is marginal spondylosis and a mild ...

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Hi, I just received my mri results and it shows I have a herniated disc (L5-S1) with right paracentral annular fissure. Can you please tell me there are other options other than surgery to repair this ...

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Could you please explain the pathology for my MRI report. It shows mild disc height narrowing at L4-L5 with an annular tear at the dorsal disc margin and minimal diffuse disc bulging. I m 62. Would ...

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I have an mri that staes at c5-6, a disc protrusion in the left foraminal zone measureing 0.4 cm AP by 1.1 cm TR is present and demonstrates an annular tear. this disc protrusion appears to contact ...

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How bad is this impression ? IMPRESSION: 1. L2-L3 degenerative disc disease with annular bulging, a large right posterior/foraminal disc protrusion, right lateral recess effacement, severe canal stenosis ...

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palpebral fissures. When would this find be normal in a client? Secondly, when performing a retinal examination on this patient, you discover that the margins of the optic disc become blurred and indistinct ...

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doctor1 MD

No need to worry much. Avoid heavyweight lifting. Avoid strenuous exercise. Start calcium and vitamin d3 supplements too. Start physiotherapy. Please hit thanks.

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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.