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Small central herniation

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doctor1 MD

My son had MRI and this is results. MRI impression: small central disk herniation at L3 -L4 with Facet Arthrosis. There is mild Subarticular recess narrowing. mild facet arthrosis at L3-4, L4 - & L5-S1 ...

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disc herniations are seen centrally at the L4-L5 level toward the left at the L5-S1 level. ...: L3-L4, Mild disk buldge see. No focal disc herniation. L4-L5, there is circumferential disk buldge ...

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and it said, C5-C6 "small right paracentral disc herniation of the protrusion type. the right ventral nerve .... The impression was: shallow disc herniation at C5-C6. No cord compression. Unforntunately, I was involved ...

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As per my MRI scan report of 2010, 1) Central & Right paracentral herniation with minimum interior ... on bilateral traversing L4 nerve roots 2) Mild posterior bulge with central and left paracentral herniation ...

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root in recess. There is also a small central disc herniation in the 4th lumbar disc without root ... herniation to become broader. Since I have a Central L4/L5 disc herniation, I worry about Cauda Equina ...

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reponse. there is focal central herniated disc protusion messuring 3x5 mm in size, which indents the cord in the midline. small bone spurs mildly narrow the neural foramina bilaterally. there is facet arthropathy. what ...

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Hello, Says impression My mri says small centrAl L5-S1 disc herniation/protrusion slightly indenting the thecal sac without root displacement. Can you tell me what this means or how to treat? I took ...

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I have had my MRI of the spine done & there is annular bulge with small posterocentral & right paracentral herniation of C5, 6 disc. Annular bulges of C3-4, C4-5 & C6-7 discs. I am in constant pain ...

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I am AAAA from India. I have a Lt para central small-medium disc herniation at L4/5. It does impinge upon the traversing Lt L5 nerve root . The doctors are suggesting for surgery as they say ...

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I have been diagnosed with moderate to severe central canal narrowing at C5 to C6 and C6 to C7. ALso, there is bilateral paracentral small disc herniation withi the C5 to C6 along with facet ...

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in it : Small central disc herniation at L4-5 indenting the thecal see without any neural compression. A fairly large central/right paracentral extrusion with partial sequestration of disc at L5-S1 compressing ...

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-7-8-9 at the disc and t6-t7 small posterior bulging and t8-t9 show a small broad-based protruded central disc herniation. I fell on the ice and essentially caught myself from falling and have had excruciating pain since ...

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there is a small left paracentral disc herniation and mild canal stenosis ,AtL4 L5 ther is a small central disc ....A t L3 L4 there is a small left paracentral disk herniation which exerts mass effect on the left l4 ...

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I have a 7-8mm disc herniation at L5 S1 with severe central canal and foraminal stenosis . Any suggestions for treatment? I ve done oral steroid, anti inflamitory for 2 months,3 cortisone injections ...

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Dear Sir, My mother is suffering from l4/l5 central disc herniation with bilateral ligamenta flava hypertropy and results canal stenosis with right sciatica . She is strongly rejecting surgey. what are other ...

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doctor1 MD

hello, yes surgery would be necessary in your case as you are symptomatic and there is possible small intestine herniating into the sac. regards

doctor1 MD

Hello, A small portion of the bone over the nerve root and disc material from under the nerve root is removed to relieve neural compression and provide more room for the nerve to heal. Microdiscectomy is typically performed for a herniated lumbar disc and is actually more effective for treating leg pain like radiculopathy than lower back pain. Thank you

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Hi, It has to be repaired surgically. No medical treatment is there. Regards, Dr. Ashish Verma