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X-Ray of Lumbo Sacral Spine AP/LT

karizvikkarizvi Posts: 2
edited 05/26/2014 - 7:06 AM in Lower Back Pain

Pls read the X-Ray of Lumbo Sacral Spine AP/LT of my mother who had done Laminectomy at L4/L5 in 2006 & now the current report below here:

Forward slip of L4 over L5 along with reduced intervertebral disc space between L4/L5 and tiny marginal Osteophytes formation is most likely is result of altered mechanics due to degenerative changes

Pl tell me how to get rid of Osteophytes as she is feeling numbness in foot while sleeping.




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