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Significant spinal stenosis causes

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

and relatively large central disc herniation causing significant spinal stenosis . There is impingement ... stenosis . At L5-S1, there is minimal right foraminal disc protrusion with... View answer

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Dr.  Ajay Panwar MD

what is spinal stenosis , what causes it? can it be caused by a fall or falls? does smoking cause ... have been to the emergency room with severe back pain and was diagnosed with... View answer

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Dr. Seikhoo Bishnoi MD

mentally mentally retarded. He has a spinal stenosis running from C 3-7. Lately my mother noticed him ..., which was negative. His PCP feels it is an issue of blood flow, but states the stenosis could... View answer

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Dr. Erion Spaho MD

54 years old 250 lbs 5 7 Leg pain, in calves and shins. Sharp pain right leg around pelvis. Difficulty moving my legs. Pain after rest. Pain after exercise. Very frustrating. View answer

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Dr. Aashish Raghu MD

I have discovered by coincidence that I have mild Levo scoliosis 18 degrees and mild stenosis at L2 ... if stenosis is accompanied with mild scoliosis in adults then this is a degenerative curve that will... View answer

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Dr. Vivek Chail MD

at l 4-5 which causes significant spinal stenosis.there is also prominent facet artrhropathy at this level which contributes to spinal stenosis with effacement of the thecal... View answer

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Dr.  Shinas Hussain MD

is suspeceted. No significant spinal stenosis at the upper lumbar disc levels, no intrathecal abnorm abnormality ... to moderate generalized disc bulge. There is a borderline central canal... View answer

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Dr. Mark Iguchi MD

Hi, My 9 y/o daughter was diagnosed recently with spinal stenosis and has not been walking since ... on the playground. Could this have caused this reaction to occur? Also ... View answer

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Dr. Bruno Mascarenhas MD

? Spinal Stenosis and 2 back surgeries, the last the titanium rods, plates, and screws were inserted from L ... View answer

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Jay Indravadan Patel MD

positions. I am familiar to back pain as I have spinal stenosis of the lumbar and thoracic spine ... View answer

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Dr.    Olsi Taka MD

It is part of spinal degenerative changes which are very common. It is not lifethreatening if that's what you mean by serious, but it can cause pain and other bothersome symptoms which with aging tend to...

Dr. Anshul Varshney MD

Dear Friend To comment upon that , I need to know your detailed history and want to see your MRI. You may discuss with your doctor regarding using Baclofen for this purpose. Good luck

Dr. Raju A.T MD

Hi, Thank for your query. yes, it will. Any exercise where you lift the weight will surely affect the spine. Regards,