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What does minimal posterior annular bulges at l4-5 and l5-s1 level mean. Spinal canal, neural foramina and nerveroots are normal? How serious is this?

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Dr. Bradford Romans
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Symptoms?

If your not having any symptoms of back pain or leg numbness/weakness, these findings are not clinically significant.

In brief: Symptoms?

If your not having any symptoms of back pain or leg numbness/weakness, these findings are not clinically significant.
Dr. Bradford Romans
Dr. Bradford Romans
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Dr. Steven Saunders
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Annular bulges

Often seen on MRI of spine as people age.
What is clinically significant is what symptoms the patient experiences. If numbness tingling or weakness likely significant. Speak to your doctor!

In brief: Annular bulges

Often seen on MRI of spine as people age.
What is clinically significant is what symptoms the patient experiences. If numbness tingling or weakness likely significant. Speak to your doctor!
Dr. Steven Saunders
Dr. Steven Saunders
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