Could you explain my MRI please and what do you suggest from here. I don't see a neurosurgeon until Dec 22-which I'm not happy with since I'm in quite a bit of pain and I am only working 1/2 days now. Findings: There is mild disk space narrowing and degenerative disk desiccation at L5-S1. There is approx 7mm anterior spondylolisthesis of L5 on S1 and bilateral spondylolysis at L5-S1. The L1-L2-3, L3-4,disks are unremarkable. There is mild diffuse disc bulge at L4-5. No central stenonis or nerve root impingement. Mild diffuse disc bulge at L5-S1. This results in mild narrowing of the left L5-S1 netral foramen. The right neural foramen appears widely patent. No central stenosis. Impression: Grade 1 anterior spondylolisthesis of L5 on S1 with bilateral spondylolysis. Mild narrowing of the left L5-S1 neural foramen. Mild diffuse disc bulge at L4-5.
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