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Old 04-23-2010, 08:49 PM   #1
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what does this mean on my 82-year-old father's MRI

At L5/S1 there is as grade I anterolisthesis measureing approximately 7 mm. This is related to severe facet joint arthropathy. There is associated posterior disc bulging. Extensive degenerative endplate marrow change is seen. There are also scattered Schmorl's nodes. No paraspinal masses are seen. No compression fractures are identifited. Spondylosis is seen throughout.

 
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