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Bulging disc: The disc at the l5-s1 level is bulging and causing pressure on the spinal sack, but not causing nerve compression. Most of this type of findings on MRI are asymptomatic or possibly a cause of back pain. Core strengthening, pain management, and rarely surgery can improve symptoms. ...Read more
I have moderate effacement and compression of anterior surface of cord at c-4-c6 . Also disc ht loss at t9-10 . Would this cause up back pain for 1 yr?
Meaning and is it serious? Central disc protrusion at t7-8 causes effacement of anterior thecal sac. Mild pressure on ventral aspect of thoracic cord.
Cord Health: If the report is correct, the pressure on the thoracic cord could be causing symptoms of weakness, numbness, and urinary problems. This is something that you should discuss with your doctor today. Any changes in how you are walking, weakness, or bladder changes.Are concerning and would require immediate medical attention. ...Read more
I have mild effacement of anterior aspect of thecal sac related to disc bulging L1/2 also L2/3 is bulging L4/5 bulging L5/6 L/6s/1 vestigial disc spa?
You gave a: report which should be interpreted by you physician and consultants ...Read more
Does Broad based diffused disc osteopyte complex of c5-6 w/o spinal or foraminal stenosis w/ mild effacement of the ventral CSF cause severe pain?
What does this mean? Central disc protrusion at t7-8 causes effacement of anterior thecal sac. Mild pressure on ventral aspect of thoracic cord.
The: Herniation of the disc pushes the cover of the spinal cord but does not compress the cord itself. ...Read more
Will this require surgery?Central disc protrusion at t7-8 causes effacement of anterior thecal sac. Mild pressure on ventral aspect of thoracic cord.
Depends on symptoms: Disc surgery doesn't always provide relief. Xrays of mris of the spine may look terrible, but if you have no major symptoms, surgery is not indicated. If your symptoms are bothersome, but modest in degree, then physican therapy or an exercise program will help and a physiatrist can direct this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is name of the surgery to fix this?Central disc protrusion at t7-8 effacement of anterior thecal sac.Pressure on ventral aspect of thoracic cord.
Thoracic disc: To remove a central disc herniation in the thoracic spine usually requires a anterior approach through the chest to avoid damage to the spinal cord. Please discuss the approach with your spine surgeon for the best approach to your herniated disc. ...Read more
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