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Spot on a disk on my MRI

CreekWalkerCCreekWalker Posts: 2
edited 06/10/2014 - 5:21 AM in Lower Back Pain
Hi,
I've had a diskectomy and hemi lam. And have degen disk. On the other side, I'm having a new awful pain. Tingling on the left side foot/leg etc. I got an MRI and there is a spot on the disk, on the regular MRI it's black, on the one with contrast it's white. It appears to be directly where the pain is. I'm wondering what it could be.
Thanks,
Creekwalker

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