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MRI scan findings

laineycllaineyc Posts: 2
im new to this forum, but i'm wondering if anyone can help me understand my readings off my MRI scan, (translate to english)

1. There is a incidental haemangioma in the T12 vertebral body, otherwise no focal bone lesion
2. Broad based disc bulging at L4/5, this is causing narrowing of the lateral recesses, a little more marked on the left
3. At L5/S1 there is right paracentral protrusion which is impinging the transiting right S1 nerve root
4. There is a minor impression on the thecal sac but no significant canal stenosis

hope someone can help me translate it to plain english lol

thanks in advance
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