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Disc Desiccation Cause Symptoms
Mild diffuse posterior protrusion mildly indenting the discs, Desiccation of L4-L5/ L5-S1. Never got injured nor fell on my back. What causes this??
Mri findings : These findings you describe are considered normal findings in May patients or may be related to genetics After the age of 40, 80 percent of the population has degenerative discs with buldging and disc dessication. Also, recent studies on identical twins have shown that degenerative disc disease is highly genetic in nature ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disc desiccation, bilateral facet hypertrophy, min. Spondylosis, flatening of thecal sac and bilateral neural foramina at l4-l5. Can it cause goosebumps?
No : No relationship between the described findings and the goosebumps ! ...Read more
Does reverse of cervical lordosis and disk desiccation cause migraines? And or also digestive problems?
No: These conditions are not typical causes of migraine. Headaches may occur but I would suggest you get evaluated by a headache specialist before ascribing your headaches to these findings on your X Ray of spine. ...Read more
Disc dehydrated: It is mild dehydration of the disc, suggesting damage to the blood supply of the disc and foretelling a decay cycle and aging of the disc. In and of itself, not important to worry about unless associated with severe symptoms, then needs proper consideration and evaluation. ...Read more
Might be age: The term is saying that multiple discs (presumably in your back/neck) are dried out and decreased in size. This happens to everyone as you age and the question is whether it is more than normal. ...Read more
Normal aging: Dedication means drying out. There is a central pulp in the disc which tends to dry up as we age. It is really the way most discs look on MRI as people get older. Fortunately it has not started to lose height yet but it probably will over time. We call this degenerative disc disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Disc desiccation is a natural process of aging, unfortunately. No relationship to body temperature ...Read more
Can mild disc desiccation reverse itself one study says its there and one study says its not i'm confused same goes for disc bulges what to believe ?
No: The reason for the difference is the tuning of the signal as it is read on the film. The fluid dries out of a disc that is injured. The injury is there because of ligament that are loose in the back. If you have the pain , contact a doctor that does prolotherapy to help you. Visit www.Getprolo.Com or www.Aaomed.Org to learn about prolotherapy and find a doctor to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
L1l4 degen disc, l4l5 l5s1 disc desiccation recently started having elevated temperatures could this be part of the disc issues?
Can u explain to me what disc desiccation with small or mild broad based central subligamentous hnp and minimal deformity of anterior thecal sac means?
How would I correct my back the l5-s1 has disc desiccation and 2 mm of retrolisthesis of L5 onto s1?
Don't look at pic: The picture of your back usually does not play a role in your treatment unless you have failed nonop care and have symptoms that warrant surgery and findings on studies consistent with your complaints. All of us develop changes at l5-s1 over time and the dessication with retrolithesis is a normal finding for most as we age not necessarily requiring a "fix.". ...Read more
Yes.: Any sort of trauma, including falls, excessive strain, or being hit, could potentially irritate lumbar degenerative discs. ...Read more
What does L2-L3 mild disc desiccation without significant stenosis and disc desiccation with mild disc bulge mean ?
Degenerative changes: as we age, motion and loading in the spine will begin to wear down the discs, and they get dry (desiccation) shrink top,to,bottom and bulge as the outer rings waken in the disc. Generally it means you need to strengthen your core muscles, lose weight, stand straighter, exercise more to help ease your back pain. ...Read more
Discs at l3/4 & l4/5 are both abnormal for a patient of my age, with desiccation. There are posterior annular tears at both levels?
What ?: I'm not at all sure what you are asking. Please try again so you can get an answer. ...Read more
I had Disc desiccation Reduced D10D11 and L2/L3 height with end plate irregularity and peridiscal osteophytes-disc degenerative changes what this mean?
Moderately: advanced degenerative changes. Treatment depends on symptoms. Consult with ortho back specialist. ...Read more
What would the terms "“Desiccation involving L1-2 and L5-S1 discs." and ". Mild facethypertrophy.” on my MRI mean?
Dry discs, thick bon: Dessication means drying; d discs b/w d lumbar vertebrae r dry, & possibly bulging where dryness is d worst. (Vertebrae r numbered by location: S1=1st sacral, L=lumbar). Facet hypertrophy means d joints of the vertebrae r overgrown & thick, pointing out a tendency 4 arthritis (in spine, called spondylitis). TTYD to figure out what this means 4 u vis-a-vis ur symptoms. False findings r possible! ...Read more
I was in a car accident and just got my MRI report back today the results say "slight narrowing mild disc desiccation of the l5-s1." please explain?!
Don't worry: The findings you describe are not related to your accident but likely reflect a condition common to all bipeds, degeneration of the discs that act as cushions between the vertebral bodies of your spine. While you seem young for this, you can counteract these changes by doing the correct back excercises and keeping your core strength well developed. Make sure you aren't overweight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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