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Herniated Disc L4-L5

presents a sagital view of the lumbar spine with L3-4 bulge, L4-5 herniation with secondary narrowing of the canal and of disc space ...

Left cervicobrachialgia following cervical discectomy

sensation in the arm and neck. MRI showed far lateral bulge of L3-4 on the left and small disc bulge on C4-5, and a larger C5-6 disc herniation. Neurological examination ...

Cervical myelopathy

and light pressure on the cord. C5-C6 – Diffuse bulge of the disc , causing pressure on dural sac and pressure on spinal cord. ... foramena bilaterally narrowed. C6-C7 – Diffuse bulge of the disc causing pressure on dural sac, unlikely to have pressure on ...

Spinal Channel Stenosis

positive findings. On radiological examination mild disc bulge, central and to the left on the L4-L5 level and L5-S1 stenosis due to ... Slipped Ring apophysis L5 , Disc herniation (bulge) L4-5, Transitional vertebrae L5, arthropathy of the intervertebral disc, ...

Cervical Disk Hernia_2

. At the C4-5 level there is diffuse disc bulge with mild to moderate spinal Stenosis and right foraminal stenosis due to ... At the C6-7 level , there is diffuse disc bulge with uncovertebral joint Degeneration with moderate spinal stenosis and ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from double disc protrusion

at the L4-5 level. There was also some disc herniation (bulge) at those levels. The L3-4 looks unaffected. There are some points ... lumbar lordosis, annular tear, disc herniation (bulge), mechanical pain, Lt. radicular pain, degenerative disc disease. ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from L4-L5 and L5-S1 annular protrusion

at the L4-5 level. There was also some disc herniation (bulge) at those levels. The L3-4 looks unaffected. There are some points ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

Bruits Bulbar dysfunction Bulboduodenitis Bulge Bullous area Bullous lesions C C section C5-C6 ...

Hypoesthesia of the Lower Limb

the patient's symptoms. Remaining disc lesions are diffuse bulge, a little more to the left on L2-3 and L4-5 discs.   ...

Back Pain with Partial Sensory Leg Anesthesia

disc at L4-5 level. The L3-4 looks like a mild to moderate bulge. questions:  ... to the left. The L3-4 looks like a mild to moderate bulge. medical_opinion:  ...

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