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Right foraminal protrusion and annular tear l2 3

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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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Hi, I have an MRI report that shows "Annular dics bulge effaces the thecal sac at L1/2 as well as lateral recess and foraminal fat. L2/3 Annular disc bulge effaces the thecal sac. Narrowing of the lateral ...

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and L5-S1 disc desiccation. 3-Diffuse posterior annular bulge with central right paracentral protrusion and annular tear at L4-S1 level causing central canal and bilateral foraminal narrowing and compression ...

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are maintained. Degenerative spurs are noted. There is minimal disc space narrowing at L2-L3, L4-L5, and L5-S1 ... demonstrates normal signal intensity. L2-L3 Minimal spondylosis without spinal stenosis or neural foramina ...

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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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postero central annular tear L4/L5 small postero central disk protrusion causing bilateral mild nueral foraminal narrowing. a small right foraminal tear is also noted. L5/S1 diffuse disk bulge with a postero ...

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when an mri report is done and the result shows L3-4 disc desiccation ,ritht foraminal annular tear and mild diffuse disc bulge. No central canal or foraminal stenosis . 2. L4-5 left foraminal protrusion ...

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, and severe right neuroforaminal narrowing. 2. Mild L3-L4 annular bulging with lateral recess narrowing ...How bad is this impression ? IMPRESSION: 1. L2-L3 degenerative disc disease with annular bulging ...

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. 5.Circuferential annular disc bulge at L5-S1 WITH posterocentral and left foraminal disc protrusion ...-L5/L5-S1 intervertebral disc . 2.Modic type | end plate changes of L5 AND s1 3.Focal posterior ...

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based right lateral extra foraminal disc protrusion abutting the right L4 nerve root . Minor facet joint disease L2/3 and on the left at L5/s1. Ps. I had a sinovial sarcoma in my left poplatia fossa 3 years ago ...

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My MRI shows disc bulge with annular tear at L-3-L-4 and L-4-L-5 and mild disc protrusion at L-5-S-1 with compression of the right s1 nerve root. I have been suffering with this pain in my buttock ...

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stenosis at this level. 2. Small disc protrusion centrally with annular tear at L4-L5 without a significant spinal stenosis present. Mild facet degenerative change. 3. L1 though L4 stable no significant developing ...

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Hi just received MRI results: T12-L1, L1-2, L2-3 levels all have mild annular buldge. L3-4 mild ... of the thecal sac. L4-5 diffuse buldging of the annulus. small central to right disk protrusion with annular ...

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by 1.1 cm TR is present and demonstrates an annular tear. this disc protrusion appears to contact .... there is no significant right neural foraminal narrowing. at c6-7 the disc protrusion within the right foraminal zone ...

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AS ABOVE UP TO L3 L4 AT L4 -L5 LEVEL MILD DISC BULG WITH ANNULAR TEAR ABUTTING THE THECAL SAC BILATERAL ... AT THE L5-S1 LEVEL POSTERIOR ANNULAR TEAR IN THE DISC MILD BROAD BASED POSTERIOR DISC PROTRUSION INDENTING ...

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doctor1 MD

It is L4 or L5/S1. Lumbar for L and Sacral for L. The vertebrae is compressing the nerve mildly. Surrounding area, ligament tear seen. Thanks

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Hi This signifies that there is partial disc prolapse. Physiotherapy is the initial mode of treatment and if not getting better, discectomy is the surgery of choice. Consult a good spinal surgeon. Regards