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sigificant disc dehydration
Hello,Merry Christmas. Im wodering if what the Radiologist said in the MRI report could in fact mean something else. L5-S1 disc shows significant disc dehydration and there is a small bulge. Could that also mean a herniation? After comparing my images with others, it looks like one to me. My doctor doesnt know iether, apparently I need a different one.
thanks and take care