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There is mild decrease in the L5-S1 disc space,
which may be congenital or indicative of mild degenerative intervertebral disc disease,
otherwise, normal spine.
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MRI L-Spine Without Contrast Report on 07 Nov 2019:
L4-L5: Mild bilateral facet arthrosis. Disc desiccation with posterior disc bulge and superimposed central/left
subarticular zone disc herniation. Mild canal stenosis with impingement of the traversing left L5 nerve roots.
Moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing without definite nerve root impingement.
L5-S1: Mild bilateral facet arthrosis. Disc desiccation with posterior disc bulge and superimposed right
subarticular zone herniation with annular fissure. Probable impingement of the traversing right S1 nerve root. No
canal stenosis. Moderate bilateral neural foraminal narrowing without definite nerve root impingement.
No paraspinal hematoma or fluid collection. Symmetric SI joints. Symmetric paraspinal musculature. Visualized
intra-abdominal and pelvic contents are normal.
Impression: Lower lumbar spine degenerative changes, overall worst at L4-L5


INITIAL RANGE OF MOTION
All Normal Unable to test (please explain) If “Unable to test” or “Not indicated”, please explain:
Abnormal or outside of normal range Not indicated (please explain)
Forward Flexion (0-90): 0 to 60 degrees Left Lateral Flexion (0-30): 0 to 25 degrees
Extension (0-30): 0 to 25 degrees Right Lateral Rotation (0-30): 0 to 25 degrees
Right Lateral Flexion (0-30): 0 to 25 degrees Left Lateral Rotation (0-30): 0 to 25 degrees
 
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