Pain in the opposite leg after a laminectomy

///Pain in the opposite leg after a laminectomy
Pain in the opposite leg after a laminectomy
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  • rodneyber
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    Surgeon said

    MRI looks good
    He said don’t worry. Running is fine. Just work on getting a strong core.

    Ill post to you a report of MRI that will show more detail of findings soon.

    rodneyber
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    Hi

    Did you recieve the MRI report i posted a couple weeks ago? If not ill send again.

    Thanks

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    Did you include it here in the forum?

    Dr. Corenman

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    rodneyber
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    Here goes my MRI report incase the one i previously posted did not go thru on the forum

    What is your conclusion based on this MRI report?

    EXAM:MRI Lumber Spine WO
    HISTORY: M96.1 Postiaminectomy syndrone, not elsewhere classified
    TECGNIQUE: Sagittal T2, T1, STIR, axial T1, T2 sequences lumber spine
    COMPARISON: 09/07/2017
    FINDINGGS: Five lumber type vertibral bodies are assumed for the purposes of this report. There is no concerning marrow signal. Alignment is anatomic. The conus ends at the appropiate level. Pathology will be described level by level.
    T12-L 1: Age appropiate disk desiccation with no significant pathology.
    L1-2: Age appropiate disk desiccation with no significant pathology.
    L2-3: Age appropiate disk desiccation with no significant pathology.
    L3-4: Age appropiate disk desiccation with no significant pathology.
    L4-5:There is laminectomy and spinous process resection with resection of the disc extrusion. There is mild loss of disc height with a minor risidual broad posterior of the annulus extending up to 2 mm from the endplate. There is mild facet hyperrtrophy and spurring. The central canal is releived. Foramine are preserved. The RIGHT facet spur effects the RIGHT laterial recess in the region of the L5 nerve roots with displacement or compression. This is best measured on series 6 images 32 and 33.
    L5- S1:Age appropiate disk desiccation with no significant pathology. There is mild facet hypertrophy.
    IMPRESSION: L4-5 postoperative change with resection of previous disk extrusion. The overall central canal is widely patient, but thre is a facet spu effacing the RIGHT lateral recess displacing or compressing the RIGHT L5 nerve roots.
    No other significant stenosis with no acute findings.
    Report ends.

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