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Multiplanar MRI of Lumbar Spine report
Report details of MRI Impression- Lumbar Spondylysis Diffuse disc bulge with annular tear at L3_4 level causing narrowing of spinal canal and bilateral lateral recess with compression over the traversing and bilateral exiting nerve roots. Diffuse disc bulge with annular tear L4-5 level causing thecal sac indentation and narrowing over bilateral lateral recess with compression over the bilateral exiting nerve roots. THIS IS THE REPORT DONE BY DR.SHIVENDRA CHAUDHARY MBBS,MD,RADIO DIAGNOSIS. Note:- I actually want to understand the MRI report. I am feeling pain regularly in my back in my legs also in thigh joint. What should i do? Mild cervical osteophytes are noted. What are the harmful effects of pain? Plz,help me out.
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Pain is due to nerve getting compressed by slip disc. Avoid bending, straining, lifting weights. Maintain proper position while working. Take plenty of fluids. Ca and vit d supplements if deficiency. Stay positive, Relaxation exercises.
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