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Symptoms of lumbar spine disorders

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I was told in 2010 while getting xrays for a different issue that I have a convex curvature to my mid lumbar spine and asked if I had back pain (I did not at the time). Now that I have lost some ...

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of lumbar spine done and according to the report of radiology it seems I have herniated disc (L4-5, LS-S1 ... recently I thought my symptoms can be related to urology. Except to one urologist in the past, who said ...

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Hi Doctor. I had a doctor's appointment, and had a CT scan done again for my lumbar spine ... at the L4-5 and L5-S1 level as well.' Impression: minimal degenerative changes of the lower lumbar spine ...

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have recently had an MRI of my Lumbar spine and a CT Scan of my pelvis the following ... with the S1 vertebral body. Diagnosis: Bertolotti s Snydrome Coccyodina Symptoms: lumbosacral strain ...

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LOCATION: SHRB MR LUMBAR SPINE WO and W CONTRAST (MR-37) MR-37 Impression IMPRESSION: 1. Mild degenerative ... vertebra. The alignment of lumbar spine is within normal limits. The conus medullaris terminates at L1 ...

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my mri of lumbar spine report says1).. mild otseophtes,,2). diffuse postero-central disc bulge at L3/4 levels,3).IV protrusion at L4/5 causing L5 nerve root compression,Was in hospital for 5 days n ...

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Hi, I have pain on the left side. I recently had a MRI for the lumbar spine. Something showed up at the head of pancreas, (not sure I spelled it right). I have testing done for gull bladder stones ...

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MRI LUMBER SPINE : There is a relatively large central focal disc prolapse at L5-S1,indenting the anterior surface of the thecal sac, and probably reaching the left sided root.it also causes a sagnificant ...

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Hi,I am male 24 years old. Otherwise good health but I have a crumbling lumbar spine pressing on my sciatic nerve, I have all the usual signs and symptoms constant chronic pain, sometimes unable to walk ...

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Hello: Ive been in 2 car accidents. Since then I ve been in severe pain.Mri of the lumbar spine ..., the Neurologist doesnt think this should be a problem. I ve since then had a mri on my neck and cervical spine ...

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My boyfriend had a epidural steroid injection on Monday at the L4, L5 S1 sites. He began to have very bad stomach pain including vomiting very early Tuesday morning now he has symptoms of the Flu ...

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Please see my lumbar spine MRI results below; Findings: moderate-sized broad-based left paracentral ... to account for the patient symptoms. No disc protrusions at the other levels. Spinal alignment ...

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fingerprint over her lumbar spine . They usually heal in a couple days and don t appear to cause any ...

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MRI of Lumbar spine. 43 yr old female. work as EMT. due to start paramedic course in 8 weeks. My ..., tingling, r leg and occasional lumbar spine pain(mild). Can i start gentle exercise?if so, what?.im usually ...

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mild dextroscoliosis is seen of the lumbar spine. The osseous structures have decreased density ... spurring is seen of the upper lumbar spine. The vertebral body heights are fairly well-maintained. My ...

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Go for a MRI lumbar spine

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Go for MRI of lumbar spine. Visit a neurosurgeon.

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Congenital spinal cord and other associated disorder are common in individuals, usually causes scoliosis(bend back) . CSE is cauda equina syndrome.This also associated condition.