Trabecular edema of the spine
Joined: 12-December 12
User No: 30195
Hello! I am 29 years old
Since January 2011, I have frequent back pain when flexing.
Until January 2011, the back also ached a bitquickly subsided and I honestly did not call this value. The pain was written off to a draft (I'm sitting near the window at home behind the computer), because I noticed that after I sit with the window open, the pain intensified. The back hurt during bending. in the usual position there was no sensitivity. In the summer I went to the sea, I thought that warm stones and the sun would help. In principle, the summer was an active lifestyle and on the back of almost no attention. Upon arrival, he began to feel pain in his wrist when the palm was open (when pressing away from the floor and from the beams it was painful).
In the fall of 2011, I went to the district therapist,he after probing has told or said what is it the trigger points can be inflamed, and what it is possible to make some nyxes somewhere there in a nerve (it seems the purpose of T and still that that). I did not agree.
Then I noticed that after physical training painmarkedly subsided. And if you quickly bend it was painful, then if you do the same thing slowly - not too painful and could bend while stretching allowed. Began to do exercises and run. He tried to avoid trying as well. But the pain in the back was not connected with this and it did not arise how. It was such that I could tie my shoelaces. On arrival home after the summer of 2012, I began to ache a region in the ankle region in my left leg. Especially when raising the sock up.
And since recently, it hurts just under the knee somewhere ..
I decided to work out in the gym (well, notpumped up, and more emphasis on cardio, running and stretching), since I drive a little lively way of life at the computer. There the coach said that it is best to pass an MRI if there are any problems.
The survey showed that
The lumbar department has a normal lordosis degree
Minor deformation adjacent tointervertebral disks of vertebral bodies with degenerative changes of the end plates in the form of a hypo-intensive signal on T1 and T2 weighted tomograms at the edges of the vertebral bodies due to the formation of osteophytes
There are indentations in the middle parts of the closure plates of the bodies of the lumbar vertebrae about 2-3 mm in size without signs of disruption of the integrity of the end plates
Conclusion - MRI picture of osteochondrosislumbosacral spine. Signs of an edge inflammatory reaction (trabecular edema) in bodies adjacent to the disk of L ¾ vertebrae. Central cartilaginous nodes (Schmorl) of L1-L5 bodies of vertebrae at various stages of formation
I exported some pictures from the disk that I was given. These are 4 and 5 sections from 8 (central)