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Pain in Lower back and leg

vganesh18vvganesh18 Posts: 1
edited 12/04/2014 - 3:26 AM in Lower Back Pain
I would like to get an opinion on below MRI Report and having severe lower back pain and in my right leg and Difficulty in walking.

1.5 T Highfield – MRI- Lumbar Spine
MRI Study of Lumbar Spine Shows
1) Mild Scoliosis with Convexity towards right side.
2) Spondylodisc Degenerative Changes
3) Diffuse disc bulge at L1-L2 Level Causing attenuation of anterior thecal sac and inferior aspect of left neural foraminae.
4) Diffuse disc bulge at L2-L3, L3-L4 and L4-L5 levels causing attenuation of anterior thecal sac and inferior aspect of bilateral neural foraminar and impingement of bilateral traversing nerve roots and right exiting nerve root at this level.
5) No Significant cord compression / cord edema


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