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  • L4-L5 and L5-S1 TLIF for Multi-level Bilateral Foraminal ...
    L4-L5 and L5-S1 TLIF for Multi-level Bilateral Foraminal Stenosis (due to gouty facet arthropathy)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWBP7iIuPVY
  • Mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing @ L4/5 & L5/S1

    Mild bilateral neural foraminal narrowing @ L4/5 & L5/S1

    When I had imaging done for my chronic back pain, my MRI result read nearly identicle, L4/L5 partial bulge, minimal narrowing. However, a pain specialist told me it ...http://www.spine-health.com/forum/conditions/fibromyalgia/mild-bilateral-neural-foraminal-narrowing-l45-l5s1
  • Foraminal and far lateral lumbar disc herniations ...

    Foraminal and far lateral lumbar disc herniations ...

    Review: Foraminal and far lateral lumbar disc herniations: surgical alternatives and outcome measures: N E Epstein 1,2,3: 1 The Albert Einstein College of ...http://www.nature.com/sc/journal/v40/n10/full/3101319a.html
  • What Is Bilateral Foraminal Stenosis? | eHow

    What Is Bilateral Foraminal Stenosis? | eHow

    Bilateral foraminal stenosis is a medical condition that can be broken down to determine its meaning. Bilateral means that it involves two identical sides ...http://www.ehow.com/about_5162654_bilateral-foraminal-stenosis.html
  • L4-5 and L5-S1 disc - Back & Neck - MedHelp

    L4-5 and L5-S1 disc - Back & Neck - MedHelp

    My MRI reports the following: At L4-5, there is broad based disc bulge and superimposed small central disc protrusion slightly indenting the ventral thecal sac.http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Back--Neck/L4-5-and-L5-S1-disc/show/1051570
  • L4/L5 and L5/S1 bulging disc - Back Pain, Neck Pain, Lower ...

    L4/L5 and L5/S1 bulging disc - Back Pain, Neck Pain, Lower ...

    Hi my name is Ashley, I hurt my lower back since 2 years. First symptom was severe back pain but with time the pain decrease and I was still able to play football and ...http://www.spine-health.com/forum/conditions/degenerative-disc-disease/l4l5-and-l5s1-bulging-disc
  • Spinal Stenosis - Diseases & Conditions - Medscape Reference

    Spinal Stenosis - Diseases & Conditions - Medscape Reference

    The pathophysiology of spinal stenosis is related to cord dysfunction elicited by a combination of mechanical compression and degenerative instability.http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1913265-overview
  • Lumbar Spine Problems: L1/2,L3/4,L4/5,L5/S1 Degnerative ...

    Lumbar Spine Problems: L1/2,L3/4,L4/5,L5/S1 Degnerative ...

    MRI suggested of postero-central protrusion of L4-L5 invertebral disc causing compression over ventral aspect of lumbar dural theca and exitin g nerve rootshttp://www.medhelp.org/posts/Back--Neck/Lumbar-Spine-Problems-L1-2-L3-4-L4-5-L5-S1-Degnerative-Disc-Disease/show/532325
  • Lumbar Stenosis: learn all about central and lateral stenosis

    Lumbar Stenosis: learn all about central and lateral stenosis

    Learn all about sciatica, disc herniation, spondylolisthesis, stenosis, and the modern treatment interventions such as fusion, microdiscectomy, and chiropractic care.http://www.chirogeek.com/Stenosis%20101/Stenosis-101.html
  • Estenosis de canal lumbar | Revista Española de Cirugía ...

    Estenosis de canal lumbar | Revista Española de Cirugía ...

    Artículo A principios del siglo xx se describe por primera vez la relación entre paresia de extremidades inferiores y estrechez de canal lumbar.http://www.elsevier.es/es-revista-revista-espanola-cirugia-ortopedica-traumatologia-129-articulo-estenosis-canal-lumbar-13037553
  • Spinal Stenosis | UW Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Seattle

    Spinal Stenosis | UW Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Seattle

    Overview. Spinal stenosis is a fairly common problem caused by constriction of the spinal cord or nerves exiting from the spinal cord. This can occur in the neck ...http://www.orthop.washington.edu/?q=patient-care/articles/spine/spinal-stenosis.html
  • What does mild to moderate canal stenosis at the L4-5 ...

    What does mild to moderate canal stenosis at the L4-5 ...

    The pain from a pinched nerve typically causes pain in what is called a "dermatomal" distribution - this link shows the dermatomes of L4, L5 and S1 (along with other ...http://www.justanswer.com/health/0ashm-does-mild-moderate-canal-stenosis-l4-5-level.html

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