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Early disc dehydration at L2 - L4 mild multilevel Facet joint hypertrophy causing moderate left dominant foraminal stenosis, most marked at L3/L4. Spinal canal capacious. L3/L4: Focal left foraminal disc protrusion filling the inferior aspect of the foramen. In combination with bilateral, left dominant facet joint hypertrophy causing moderate foraminal stenosis. Disc protrusion contacting the extraforaminal left L3 nerve root.
Mild degenerative changes most marked at L3-L4 here with left dominant foraminal narrowing. Tiny left sided L3-L4 foraminal/extraforaminal disc protrusion in cantact with the extraforaminal left L3 nerve root.
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