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Slight paracentral annular tear

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doctor1 MD

The area that is circled in the center, is that the annular tear? Also whats the area circled towards to bottom? ...

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posterior annular tear and a shallow central and paracentral disc bulge but no evidence of nerve root ... annular tear and compression on the descending right fifth lumbar nerve root. The Central spinal canal ...

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posterior annular tear and a shallow central and paracentral disc bulge but no evidence of nerve root ... annular tear and compression on the descending right fifth lumbar nerve root. The Central spinal canal ...

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answer if your familiar with this type of injury (l5s1) bulging disc with tiny annular tear. mild ... facet arthropath. There is a tiny annular tear at the midline withour significant canal stenosis ...

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): "slightly dehydrated 4th lumbar disc with broad right sided, partly foraminal annular tear tangent right L5 ... Syndrome. But the MRI report says I have right sided annular tear, and my recent symptoms are more right ...

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i have an mri that reads L5-S1 --There is a small paracentral disc herniation mildly effecting the ventral sac. This does not impinge an existing nerve root . There is a small left paracentral annular tear ...

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/jright paracentral protrusion, annular tear at L4-L5 with compression of thecal sac, right traversing root. 3 ...

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At C6-7, I have large disc osteophyte complex narrowing the ventral and dorsal CSF spaces, there is also a left paracentral annular tear. Thecal sac measures 9mm AP. Moderate to advanced left ...

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is normal At L5-S1, there is a paracentral disc protrusion with associated annular disc tear ... recesses are patent. Impression: 1. Left paracentral disc protrusion associated annular disc tear at L5-S1 ...

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What should i do i have mild bulging annulus grade1-2 right paracentral radial tear L3-4 L4-5 there is agrade 4 left paracentral radial tear with extension of contrast along the left paracentral, intrainal ...

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Hi. Mri scan says minor degeneration L4/5 and L5/S1 DISCS WITH SMALL annualar tears to the right posterlaterally. The tear at L5 is slightly larger and associated with a small annular bulge contacting ...

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I currently have a small LT Paracentral disc extrusion with annular tear at T 6-7 and T 7-8. Also minimal disc bulges at T 9-10, t 10-11 with a broad based disc protusion with annular tear at T 11-12. I ...

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I had back surgery in 6/08 for a flat back,since then I can t walk alone. I Had 2 spinal tears had to stay in NEURO ICU FOR 7 days, left ankle in on a ball no stability 360 degrees. Cyatic damage in left ...

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bulging , small annular tear , mild facet hypertrophy , mild deforimity of the thecal sac but canal remains patent l5-s1 mild diffuse disc bulging in addition there is a moderate size paracentral disc ...

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. The results say I have a large hemangioma of the L4 vertebral body. Small dorsal annular tear in the left paracentral region L1-2. And Schmorl s nodes are present at the endplates of T11-12 and T12-L1 and are chronic ...

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doctor1 MD

it might be serious and progress further. Please see your spinal surgeon.

doctor1 MD

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

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.