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[1]there is normal alignment except for perhaps minimal retrolisthesis L1 with respect to L2. vertabral bodies normal in height and signal except for trace degenerative sclerosis and edema L1-2 endplates.there is severe degenerative change in facet joints especially in the lower spine as described.there is mild edema involving the pedicles and facet joints more so on the right in the lower lumbar spine at L4 L5 and facet joint marrow edema also predominantly on the right.incidental note is made of perineural sacral cysts are not significant.the conus is normal in appearance.facet joint arthropathy worse in lower lumbar spine and on the right,trace retrolisthesis L1 on L2 and endplate predominately at this level. [2] L1-2 level,there is generalizes disc bulging with flattening of the paracentral thecal sac bilateral. there is broad left forminal and lateral disc bulge/protrusion with anular tear showing enhancement.hypertrophic degenerative facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. this results with mild relative spinal stenosis but no significant forminal narrowing although the lateral disc appears to contact the exiting nerve root. [3] at the L2-3 level there is mild generalized bulging with subtle flattening of the paracentral thecal sac slightly more on the left than the right. disc bulges into the inferior left neural foramen and there is a mild degree of marginal enhancement.Hypertrophic facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. there is mild flattening of the thecal sac and no significant forminal compromise. [4] At the L3-4 level,there is also mild generalized bulging disc sublty fattening the anterior thecal sac and with disc mildly bulging into the inferior neural foramen more on the left than the right.There is also disc marginal enhancement at this site on the left.Thickened ligamentum flavum.Subtle flattening of the anterior thecal sac with relative spinal narrowing.No significant formal compromise. [5] At the L4-5 level, generalized disc bulge,moderate spinal stenosis,degenerative hypertrophy facet joints. [5] hypertrophic degenerative facet joints,more on the right,[what does it mean]

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[1]there is normal alignment except for perhaps minimal retrolisthesis L1 with respect to L2. vertabral bodies normal in height and signal except for trace degenerative sclerosis and edema L1-2 endplates.there is severe degenerative change in facet joints especially in the lower spine as described.there is mild edema involving the pedicles and facet joints more so on the right in the lower lumbar spine at L4 L5 and facet joint marrow edema also predominantly on the right.incidental note is made of perineural sacral cysts are not significant.the conus is normal in appearance.facet joint arthropathy worse in lower lumbar spine and on the right,trace retrolisthesis L1 on L2 and endplate predominately at this level. [2] L1-2 level,there is generalizes disc bulging with flattening of the paracentral thecal sac bilateral. there is broad left forminal and lateral disc bulge/protrusion with anular tear showing enhancement.hypertrophic degenerative facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. this results with mild relative spinal stenosis but no significant forminal narrowing although the lateral disc appears to contact the exiting nerve root. [3] at the L2-3 level there is mild generalized bulging with subtle flattening of the paracentral thecal sac slightly more on the left than the right. disc bulges into the inferior left neural foramen and there is a mild degree of marginal enhancement.Hypertrophic facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. there is mild flattening of the thecal sac and no significant forminal compromise. [4] At the L3-4 level,there is also mild generalized bulging disc sublty fattening the anterior thecal sac and with disc mildly bulging into the inferior neural foramen more on the left than the right.There is also disc marginal enhancement at this site on the left.Thickened ligamentum flavum.Subtle flattening of the anterior thecal sac with relative spinal narrowing.No significant formal compromise. [5] At the L4-5 level, generalized disc bulge,moderate spinal stenosis,degenerative hypertrophy facet joints. [5] hypertrophic degenerative facet joints,more on the right,[what does it mean]

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PLEASE IF YOU HAVE READ THIS PLEASE GIVE ME A OPINION ...I WILL THANK YOU NOW,,,,
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gbliz wrote:

[1]there is normal alignment except for perhaps minimal retrolisthesis L1 with respect to L2. vertabral bodies normal in height and signal except for trace degenerative sclerosis and edema L1-2 endplates.there is severe degenerative change in facet joints especially in the lower spine as described.there is mild edema involving the pedicles and facet joints more so on the right in the lower lumbar spine at L4 L5 and facet joint marrow edema also predominantly on the right.incidental note is made of perineural sacral cysts are not significant.the conus is normal in appearance.facet joint arthropathy worse in lower lumbar spine and on the right,trace retrolisthesis L1 on L2 and endplate predominately at this level. [2] L1-2 level,there is generalizes disc bulging with flattening of the paracentral thecal sac bilateral. there is broad left forminal and lateral disc bulge/protrusion with anular tear showing enhancement.hypertrophic degenerative facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. this results with mild relative spinal stenosis but no significant forminal narrowing although the lateral disc appears to contact the exiting nerve root. [3] at the L2-3 level there is mild generalized bulging with subtle flattening of the paracentral thecal sac slightly more on the left than the right. disc bulges into the inferior left neural foramen and there is a mild degree of marginal enhancement.Hypertrophic facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. there is mild flattening of the thecal sac and no significant forminal compromise. [4] At the L3-4 level,there is also mild generalized bulging disc sublty fattening the anterior thecal sac and with disc mildly bulging into the inferior neural foramen more on the left than the right.There is also disc marginal enhancement at this site on the left.Thickened ligamentum flavum.Subtle flattening of the anterior thecal sac with relative spinal narrowing.No significant formal compromise. [5] At the L4-5 level, generalized disc bulge,moderate spinal stenosis,degenerative hypertrophy facet joints. [5] hypertrophic degenerative facet joints,more on the right,[what does it mean]


Dear gbliiz,

You probably have a normal MRI for age. People who have low-back pain usually have a "different problem" and so lumbar spinal surgery usually does not help patients within a reasonable time after surgery. Most people get better with no treatment.

Those that have prolonged pain have a disease that affects the nerves leaving the pelvis into the leg and the location is deep within the buttock.

Medicine by MRI is usually not appropriate, but it is used so very commonly: Very dramatic and complex reads of the films, but since radiologists do not treat people they just do not have feed back indicating to them what is really abnormal and what causes problems.

Yours, Norsk10
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gbliz wrote:

gbliz wrote:

[1]there is normal alignment except for perhaps minimal retrolisthesis L1 with respect to L2. vertabral bodies normal in height and signal except for trace degenerative sclerosis and edema L1-2 endplates.there is severe degenerative change in facet joints especially in the lower spine as described.there is mild edema involving the pedicles and facet joints more so on the right in the lower lumbar spine at L4 L5 and facet joint marrow edema also predominantly on the right.incidental note is made of perineural sacral cysts are not significant.the conus is normal in appearance.facet joint arthropathy worse in lower lumbar spine and on the right,trace retrolisthesis L1 on L2 and endplate predominately at this level. [2] L1-2 level,there is generalizes disc bulging with flattening of the paracentral thecal sac bilateral. there is broad left forminal and lateral disc bulge/protrusion with anular tear showing enhancement.hypertrophic degenerative facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. this results with mild relative spinal stenosis but no significant forminal narrowing although the lateral disc appears to contact the exiting nerve root. [3] at the L2-3 level there is mild generalized bulging with subtle flattening of the paracentral thecal sac slightly more on the left than the right. disc bulges into the inferior left neural foramen and there is a mild degree of marginal enhancement.Hypertrophic facet joints with thickened ligamentum flavum. there is mild flattening of the thecal sac and no significant forminal compromise. [4] At the L3-4 level,there is also mild generalized bulging disc sublty fattening the anterior thecal sac and with disc mildly bulging into the inferior neural foramen more on the left than the right.There is also disc marginal enhancement at this site on the left.Thickened ligamentum flavum.Subtle flattening of the anterior thecal sac with relative spinal narrowing.No significant formal compromise. [5] At the L4-5 level, generalized disc bulge,moderate spinal stenosis,degenerative hypertrophy facet joints. [5] hypertrophic degenerative facet joints,more on the right,[what does it mean]


Dear gbliiz,

You probably have a normal MRI for age. People who have low-back pain usually have a "different problem" and so lumbar spinal surgery usually does not help patients within a reasonable time after surgery. Most people get better with no treatment.

Those that have prolonged pain have a disease that affects the nerves leaving the pelvis into the leg and the location is deep within the buttock.

Medicine by MRI is usually not appropriate, but it is used so very commonly: Very dramatic and complex reads of the films, but since radiologists do not treat people they just do not have feed back indicating to them what is really abnormal and what causes problems.

Yours, Norsk10


WELL I HAD ALL THAT PAIN YOU TALKED ABOUT..I HAVE HAD SURGERY P.L.I.F.,,AND I CAN WALK NOW,,,BUT THE PAIN NEVER GOES AWAY
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gbliz wrote:

PLEASE IF YOU HAVE READ THIS PLEASE GIVE ME A OPINION ...I WILL THANK YOU NOW,,,,


cysts at your nerve roots are NEVER normal. There's contradictory thoughts on them tho. Be seen by an ortho/neuro who is familiar with them!!
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THE PAIN IS SO INTENSE! BURNING POKER HOT STINGING THRU TOP OF LEGS THRU MY BUTT TO TOES TINGLING AT TIMES CANNOT EVEN PUT ON SOCKS I CRY LIKE A b***h FALL OVER ON THE GROUND CANT EVEN CALL 911 IT SOOOO f*****g BAD I NOW KNOW WHAT RSD IS THESE POOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE RSD LIVING HELL NOW I BELIVE IM ONE OF THESE.I CRY CONSTANTLY FOR I CANT DO A DAM THING SOMETIMES I JUST WANT TO SHOOT IT I THINK IT WOULD HURT LESS THAN RSD PAIN MY POOR DAUGHTER LIVES WITH THIS FROM A BOTCHED SURGURY FROM A DR VINCE MANDRACIA SPELLING WRONG BUT HE IS IN IDAHO NOW TEACHING WE TOOK HIS SCAPHEL AWAY FROM HIM AN THE OTHER PARTNER DIED.DR L COSTANZO FOUR HANDED OPERATION CAN YOU EVEN VISION THAT ON A LITTLE GIRL 10 YEARS OLD! LIVING IN HELL FOR THRITY YEARS NOW REFLEX SYMPATHY DESTERFY LOOK IT UP RSD,I HOPE I HELPED YOU SOMETIMES ITS DEEP NERVE DAMAGE NOT JUST BONE EMG TEST WILL TELL NOT MRI WASTE OF MONEY.

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