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Spondylolysis is a defect of a vertebra. More specifically it is defined as a defect in the pars interarticularis of the vertebral arch. The great majority of cases occur in the lowest of the lumbar vertebrae (l5), but spondylolysis may also occur in the other lumbar vertebrae, as well as in the thoracic vertebrae. Spondylolysis occurs in three to six ...Read more
Popliteal aneurysms: Bilateral popliteal aneurysm repairs can be done at the same sitting but I prefer staged procedures as it is easier on the patient and the surgeon. Get one leg fixed, make sure it's ok then get the other fixed. Alternatively placement of popliteal stents is a viable option that I prefer to popliteal bypass and aneurysm exclusion. Bypass option is still available if it becomes necessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Parastomal hernia: Recovery from hernia repair is variable based upon many factors such as hernia size, prior operative details, and type of surgery performed. If possible, the best treatment is to reverse the stoma and repair the hernia site. If the stoma is permanent, a mesh is often utilized. If possible, a laparoscopic repair offers many benefits over open repair. You need to discuss this with a surgeon. ...Read more
3-8 weeks.: Although less common, a short acting gas bubble in a relatively simple detachment can facilitate a shorter period of face down positioning. Surgeons use gases with different rates of absorption for this purpose. Usually drops continue for between two and four weeks, depending on situation. Finally, silicon oil can be used and no positioning at all is required but the oil must be removed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hopefully: If the lesion is superficial, only excision of the skin site is needed. If it is deeper then removal of one or more of the lymph nodes in the area is usually recommended. If there is lymph node involvement, chemotherapyay help improve survival. Seek treatment at a center with experience in melanoma. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Patella dislocation after lateral release. 2nd lateral release medial reticulum repair , medial menicus repair. How long average recover?
6 Month: What take too long to heal is the repair of the medial meniscus. ...Read more
8-9 months: An acl revision is seldom as simple as a first time acl reconstruction, so rehab would often be a bit more guarded. However, given good graft fixation, and a well-performed procedure, the expected recovery should be the same. Expect 6-12 weeks for return to daily activities and 8-9 months ideally before return to cutting sports. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A type of spine : Surgery where implants which are usually several screws that attach to the bones of the spine and are then interconnected over one or more levels with usually a pair of metal rods -this is the instrumentation. A fusion is a healing together of two or more spine bones or vertebra with the use of bone material or synthetic substitutes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This varies as to : The type of fusion done, number of levels involved as well as the type of instrumentation ( if any) that was used. In general, assuming normal healing ( not smoking, not a diabetic, not a revision surgery, not hypothyroid or malnourished) usually after several months for most activities with fusion 6 months to a year to all activities -closer to a year for activities like golf. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can assist: Certain fracture patterns of the femoral condyle can be assisted by using arthroscopy. It can judge whether out not the fracture is significantly displaced or if there is an associate cartilage damage. Some fractures can be percutaneusly resuced and screws place tohold the fragments in place and not require an open procedure. ...Read more
Pediatric Cardiac: A thoracic surgeon with experience in congenital cardiac surgery. Usually in pediatric hospitals. ...Read more
Pars defect l5. 20 y female. Conservative measures and injections don't help much. Is surgery an option! if so what kind will help with this.
Do pars defects get worse over time? Left L5 pars defect. Pain since march 2014. OTC meds taken daily. Surgery options? Conservative options failed.
No: The defects themselves don't get any " worse" they represent stress fractures that occurred in the pars interarticularis that never healed. They sometimes can lead to a spondylolisthesis in which the vertebrae can start to shift over each other. Thankfully, a lot of people do respond to nonoperative care. Surgical option are either direct repair of the defect or a fusion. ...Read more
Im 20 years old i was just diagnosed with a pars defect of the s1 and L5 i had surgery to get it fixed but now the pain is way worse why is that?
Sometimes the : Surgery does not heal in terms of the defect healing if a direct repair or if it did heal, possibly you needed a fusion of that level. Even with a successful surgery, there can be about a 10% failure rate in a nonsmoker and a significantly higher failure rate in a smoker. You need to see your surgeon but it takes months for a surgery like this to heal. Surgeon case assess your fusion status. ...Read more
I have bilateral foraminal stenosis present at l4l5 with bilateral pars defect at L4 and am curious if the pars and stenosis can heal without surgery?
Generally, symptoms : Can resolve due to either condition the majority of the time without surgery as the only reason for surgery would be a failure of nonop care to control symptoms. If the pars defect was an acute fracture it has the potential to heal without surgery. But even if it doesn't or if not an acute fracture type, 90% are treated non op while only 15% of stenosis cases end up with surgical intervention. ...Read more
Chronic unilateral left pars defect , osseous edema right anterior L5 body centrum acute/subacute fracture tried everything should I consider surgery?
I have Spondylolisthesis l5 s1 pars defect and foraminal stenosis, nerve compression severe lower leg pain for 8 weeks will i need surgery?
C-spine mild uncovertebral joint hypertrophy c5c6 eccentric to right; upper t-spine scoliosis, bilat pars defect L4 w/ foraminal sten at l4l5 surgery?
Mild uncovertebral joint hypertrophy c5c6 eccentric to right; mild t-spine scoliosis, bilat pars defect l4, foram stenosis at l4l5 - is surgery needed?
Esi [email protected] Pars fracture 7yrsago. Now pars defect. Herniated disc, chronic sciatica. Could this be cause? Surgery? Dr goin over mri/xray on monday
Discuss with MD: Esi sounds like a reasonable approach to your back pain. It may take several injections over time to really find the intervention that is most helpful. These chronic injuries in young patients are often from gymnastics, or sports injuries. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Spondylosis: Spondylolysis is a defect of a vertebra. More specifically it is defined as a defect in the pars interarticularis of the vertebral arch. The great majority of cases occur in the lowest of the lumbar vertebrae (l5), but spondylolysis may also occur in the other lumbar vertebrae, as well as in the thoracic vertebrae. Spondylolysis occurs in three to six percent of the population. ...Read more
Lumbar Pars Defect: The defect is a stress fracture of the posterior portion of the spine that connects the facet joints and lamina with the anterior vertebral body at the level of the pedicle. This process is also known as a spondylolysis. It occurs in 5% of the general population but can be as high as 15% in certain athletes like gymnasts and football lineman due to the lumbar hyperextension. ...Read more
Pars defect: Bilateral pars defect also commonly called spondylolysis is a stress fracture near the joint of the spine. This usually occurs in the lower lumbar spine and can be painful and cause instability. This defect often occurs during the teenage years but can persist into adulthood and become symptomatic later in life. ...Read more
Vertebral defect: It is essentially a hairline fracture in the vertebra at the pars. Sometimes this is an incidental finding and does not cause any particular pain or instability. It can be congenital, something you are both with, or traumatic. In some cases, it can lead to pain or instability. A dynamic x-ray, one taken while bending forward and back, can indicate whether this is unstable or not. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
C5 pars defect: Are you sure it is c5? L5 (lower back) is much more common... Just checking. If it is indeed c5, there is neck pain and possible instability that may need to be addressed surgically. Please check with a good local ortho spine surgeon to get a good understanding of what you have and make an eductated decision after that. Best of luck! ...Read more
Termed spondylolysis: A condition called a pars fracture or spondylolysis this is typically a congenital defect that will manifest itself in childhood but may not become symptomatic at all or at some point later in life ; can be a real fracture. These typically can be managed non op 90% of the time. The most common vertebra to find it is at l5. Found in 6-8% of the us population. They can cause back ;/or leg symptoms. ...Read more
What to do if I have just recently learned I have bilateral pars defect in l5, what does this mean?
Spine defect known : As spondylolysis. Spondylo means spine ; lysis means crack. Can be congenital variety which is genetic in origin occuring in 6%-8% of us population or after trauma which can be repetitve particularly in certain high level athletes like swimmers, gymnasts, pitchers, football linemen, etc.. Most rx'ed non operatively ; cause no symptoms although some can lead to back ;/or leg pain or neuro symptom. ...Read more
What to do if I have just recently learned What to do if I have bilateral pars defect in l5, what does this mean?
If it is painful: Then the question is congenital, degenerative & is it unstable. Also is its traumatic, this may be very unstable. See a fellowship trained spine surgeon for advice and care. Orthopedic surgeon is my choice but neurosurgeons undergo the same fellowships. ...Read more
Would plain pars defect at l5 cause the person increasing pain as time goes on? 20 y f. Pain x1 year. Scans laat year. Is something more wrong?
Yes: Pars defect or spondylolysis can increaseing cause pain if defect worsens and there is more motion at defect site.. Sometimes bracing and reduction of activity is necessary to reduce pain followed by physical therapy ito strengthen spinal musculature. If bilateral defects occur vertebra can slip forward (spondylolisthesis) and put pressure on nerve roots and produce pain. ...Read more
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