A 47-year-old female asked:
mri:bi lateral hypertrophy l4-l5 with minimal spondylosis, flattening of the thecal sac and bilateral neural foramina.can this cause goosebumps in leg?
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Dr. Adam Lewis answered
34 years experience Neurosurgery
Back/leg pain: L4/5 spondylosis is arthritis of the low back. The l4/5 level is a very common level where the joints become overgrown (facet hypertrophy) and cause narrowing and nerve impingement. The nerve irritation (sciatica) can cause skin changes but goosebumps is not one of them.
Answered on Sep 18, 2020
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