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I have an MRI reading that says. L4-5 bilateral facet joint arthrosis with diffuse disc protrusion ... posterior disc protrusion 3 mm in thickness producing mild narrowing of the dural sac to 10 mm ...

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My MRI shows mild central canal stenosis L3-L4. Mild cervical disc bulges and bilateral osteoarthritis L3-L4, L4-L5 and small focal left foraminal disc protrusion L2-L3. ECG shows pinched nerve L4-L5 ...

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My MRI shows at level L3L4 a small, broadbased central disc protrusion . Moderate neural foraminal narrowing on the right and mild on the left. At L4L5 level, a large central disc protrusion with moderate ...

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What does mean central small disc protrusion on l5 s1 level and mild bilateral neural foraminal ...'t want to take further process .Mild spinal narrowing means how many mm of disc protrusion ? Will I need ...

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I had a spine MRI done with contrast- the findings are: small central disc protrusion with no associated spinal canal or foraminal stenosis small broad based disc bulge with a superimposed right ...

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What exactly does this mean? New small broad-based central disc protrusion and increased size of the small right sided posterolateral disc protrusion and annular tear at L4-5 resulting in mild right sided ...

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Hi i had an mri done in november.I have severe pains running down from my buttocks to my ankle.Its happening for the past 3 years.Mri states its a small left sided paracentral disc potrusion at L5/S1 SMALL ...

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me. I have 2 disc protrusions and one bulging disc ranging from c4-c5 to c6-c7. the one that concerns me is as follows: small to moderate broad based central and right sided disc protrusion ...

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L2-3: Small left lateral disc protrusion relating to the left L2 nerve root laterally ...: Developmental fusion T11-L1. No acute fracture or acute bone marrow edema. Small left lateral disc protrusion L2 ...

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I have had MRI which indicated IMPRESSION: Small, broad right posterolateral disc protrusion at the L5-S1 level. This remains subligamentous in its location and I suspect is of little clinical ...

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i have a small central disc protrusion with annular fissure which contacts the ventral thecal sac superimposed upon a shallow disc buldge without central canal narrowing at L5-s1. it also says the neural ...

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have early reduction in disc hydration signal. Also, at l4-5 there is a further small disc protrusion which again extends to the exit foramen to the contacting root. small disc bulges with lateral extension ...

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Could you please ex plain my MRI Impression: Small central C4-5disc protrusion. Nonstenotic C5-6 spondylosis. L4-5 facet arthropathy. right lateral L4-5 annular fissure. T1,L1 and L3 benign bone hemaagiomas ...

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The results of my MRI states: Small central disc protrusion with associated spondylitic changes C4-C5 minimally indenting thecal sac. Abutting but not compressing cord. No intrinsic cervical cord ...

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MRI impression reveals small central and bilateral para central disc protrusions at L4-L5 and L5-S1 levels indenting the thecal sac and ventral epidural fat respectively without foraminal narrowing ...

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doctor1 MD

hi there has to be a co-relation to your physical symptoms of neck,shoulder.Show to an orthopedic doctor.treatment depends on whether pain is local or radiating to arms,shoulder Use cervical collar, do isometric cervical exercises reagards

doctor1 MD

Hello, Welcome to HCM The test you are doing is straight leg raising test.If you have pain on lifting your leg,Most probably it indicates intervertebral disc protrusion. I would advice you to consult an orthopaedician and undergo physical examination. Thank you

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Dear you should some more hours, If the symptoms persist you should consult your neurologist. It can be a periferic nerve problem or a little cervical disc protrusion. Anyway I think there is nothing to be worried! Wish you all the best, don't hesitate to contact me for further query. Best regards Dr Eris Ranxha