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  • Mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing @ L4/5 & L5/S1 ...

    Mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing @ L4/5 & L5/S1 ...

    Mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing @ L4/5 & L5/S1 ... *** ATTENTION: All NEW MEMBERS *** 1) Your first discussion or comment needs to go through a moderator's ...http://www.spine-health.com/forum/discussion/62426/conditions/fibromyalgia/mild-bilateral-neural-foraminal-narrowing-l4-5-l5-s1
  • What if you have mild left foraminal narrowing at l5-s1

    What if you have mild left foraminal narrowing at l5-s1

    Spinal condition in the L5 region i.e. Lower back that is not affecting the spinal chord Ask you Doctor to explain Neurons are the core components of the brain ...http://www.answers.com/Q/What_if_you_have_mild_left_foraminal_narrowing_at_l5-s1
  • moderate L5/S1 foraminal stenosis + DDD - ChronicPainSite ...

    moderate L5/S1 foraminal stenosis + DDD - ChronicPainSite ...

    ther are different kinds of fusions that can be done to l5 s1...it would be best if you obtained more opinions as to how successful a fusion would be. you may find a ...http://chronicpainsite.com/mb/forum_posts.asp?TID=10276
  • What does l5 s1 severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis ...

    What does l5 s1 severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis ...

    What does l5 s1 severe bilateral neural foraminal stenosis mean, Ask a Doctor about Neural foraminal stenosishttp://www.healthcaremagic.com/search/what-does-l5-s1-severe-bilateral-neural-foraminal-stenosis-mean
  • How serious is my MRI reading - Neurology - MedHelp

    How serious is my MRI reading - Neurology - MedHelp

    It looks like you have one "herniated" disc which is at the Lumbar level between L4 and L5. This is a serious defect which is causing significant narrowing (stenosis ...http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology/How-serious-is-my-MRI-reading/show/13877
  • Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc of L5-S1 - Spine Inc

    Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc of L5-S1 - Spine Inc

    Need suggestions on the following case: Case History Name: Dr. Saurabh Baiswar Age: 32 years. Occupation: Ophthalmologist doing private practice. Address: B-1, H-Road ...http://www.spine-inc.com/ubb/Forum1/HTML/000030.html
  • What do these MRI results mean? (C-Spine) - Neurology ...

    What do these MRI results mean? (C-Spine) - Neurology ...

    Looks like foraminal narrowing is responsible for the majority of your pain, the foramina is an opening in the spinal column where the spinal nerves pass through.http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Neurology/What-do-these-MRI-results-mean-C-Spine/show/1247429
  • What is mild facet arthropathy at L4 or L5 - Answers.com

    What is mild facet arthropathy at L4 or L5 - Answers.com

    They could be several things. Many different systems use an alphanumerical combination to record and file thinsg, and the terms L4 and L5 can refer to some specific ...http://www.answers.com/Q/What_is_mild_facet_arthropathy_at_L4_or_L5
  • Does anyone know what L5-S1 right neural foraminal ...

    Does anyone know what L5-S1 right neural foraminal ...

    2 Dec 2012. Hello, skeeter b, I too have an L5 S1 stenosis. Or rather (Spinal Stenosis) whatever you want to call it. It has been very difficult to treat, due to the ...http://www.drugs.com/answers/anyone-l5-s1-right-neural-foraminal-stenosis-624354.html
  • What Is Considered To Be A Mild Bilateral Foraminal ...

    What Is Considered To Be A Mild Bilateral Foraminal ...

    Answer by Moma123 (1043) Bilateral foraminal encroachment is the narrowing of ...http://snippets.com/what-is-considered-to-be-a-mild-bilateral-foraminal-encroachment.htm
  • Grade 2 anterolisthesis w/ severe neural foraminal ...

    Grade 2 anterolisthesis w/ severe neural foraminal ...

    Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease Video. See how a disc degenerates and how it can cause pain and other symptomshttp://www.spine-health.com/forum/discussion/60776/pain/lower-back-pain/grade-2-anterolisthesis-w-severe-neural-foraminal-narrowing
  • L5/S1 disc extrusion | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

    L5/S1 disc extrusion | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

    MRI. lumbar spine (degeneration protocol) Technique: Multiplanar, multisequence imaging has been obtained through the lumbar spine. Findings: The conus terminates at ...http://radiopaedia.org/cases/l5s1-disc-extrusion-1
  • Herniated Disc Questions and Answers

    Herniated Disc Questions and Answers

    Herniated Disc Questions and Answers Forum on Herniated-Disc-Pain.Org. Read lots of patient questions submitted by site readers.http://www.herniated-disc-pain.org/herniated-disc-questions-and-answers.html
  • increasing pain, L5-S1 disc bulge w annular tear - Spinal ...

    increasing pain, L5-S1 disc bulge w annular tear - Spinal ...

    I don't understand, you have an annular tear and he says you shouldnt have any pain? I had two of those and the pain was terrible with muscle spasms all ...http://www.healthboards.com/boards/spinal-cord-disorders/956929-increasing-pain-l5-s1-disc-bulge-w-annular-tear.html
  • central disc protrusion in L4-L5 disc - Orthopedics Forum ...

    central disc protrusion in L4-L5 disc - Orthopedics Forum ...

    central disc protrusion in L4-L5 disc . I am a 38 year old male. I've had about 6 episodes of acute lower back pain in the last 5 years. Each episode lasts ...http://ehealthforum.com/health/central-disc-protrusion-in-l-l-disc-t309089.html

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