First off, I understand this forum is not for diagnosis, or to gain any prognosis', however through people's experience I have the following question. I will not consider the answer any actual medical results.
I have retrolisthesis of L3 on L4. I was fused from L2 to S1, and I am wondering if slipping of a vertebrae in a fused area means the bones are not fused? How can a fused vertebrae move like this? Any help understanding would be helpful. Thanks,
Left foramina stenosis of L3/L4 (retrolisthesis)
L2-ilaic revision fusion ( loose screws) with a laminectomy at L3 (cage at L3-L4)
(PLIF) -@ L4/ L/5 - S1 (cage at L4/L5)