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I have a minor annular disk bulge at l4/5 and only minimally indents thecal sac at this stage can you explain and can it reside?

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Dr. Raymond Schneider
Family Medicine
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In brief: Not significant

A minor disc bulge is so common as to almost normal.
The bulge be comes possibly significant when it begins to impinge on a nerveroot.

In brief: Not significant

A minor disc bulge is so common as to almost normal.
The bulge be comes possibly significant when it begins to impinge on a nerveroot.
Dr. Raymond Schneider
Dr. Raymond Schneider
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Dr. L. Stoney
Pain Management

In brief: Pain

A minor disc bulge that minimally indents the thecal sac is very early in its condition and it may respond to an epidural injection series.
Please consult your local pain management physician or orthopedist who can guide you in your treatment.

In brief: Pain

A minor disc bulge that minimally indents the thecal sac is very early in its condition and it may respond to an epidural injection series.
Please consult your local pain management physician or orthopedist who can guide you in your treatment.
Dr. L. Stoney
Dr. L. Stoney
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