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L4/L5 Problem

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  • Posted By: zkostevski
  • April 20, 2010
  • 10:42 PM

CT spine report .....
I.v. L4/L5 disc level with dorzomediolatelarn protrusion to the right. Dural compression sacus and right radicular afect ... I.v.disc L5/S1 level with the present vacum phenomenon and watering in both bilateral radicular canal. Spondiloartrozne changes veneers joint and marginal edge of the body osteofit lumbal wrist. ; Relevant drugs:tab.Voltaren forte, tab. diazepam, tab. B-vitamin )
MR spine report.......
At the lumbosacral spine are part spondilaortroz changes.
At the level of L4/L5 visible degeneration of the discus with a very distinct discus hernia (gr.4) with dorzomediolatelar type more to the right. I.v. L5/S1 brief space and see the small disc hernia.
There is little hernia at the level of L1/L2
I have a problem with the right foot appears, stiffness and numbness all the way to the toes, there are a lot of pain when rising and movement. Doctor suggested operation.

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