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hemangioma within l1 lateral protrusion concentreic disc bulging sever right and moderate left nf stenosis.now have another herniated disk above fusio?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Your question is?: You have not asked a question. The hemangioma likely has no clinical significance. However, you do have fairly severe osteoarthritis and stenosis in cluding a new disc herniation. Try conservative therapy first with nsaids, physical therapy and possibly targeted injections. Additional surgery is a last resort.

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