Severe back pain with bilateral lower limb radiculopathy.
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An epidural lesion extends from L4 to L5 level causing moderate to severe spinal canal stenosis.
Broad-based bulge of the L4-5 disc with ligamentum flavum thickening and facet arthropathy. This along with the epidural lesion is causing severe compression of the spinal canal, bilateral lateral recesses and mild compression of bilateral neural foramina.
Grade I anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 vertebral body.
Epidural lesion extending from L4 to L5 level causing moderate to severe spinal canal stenosis, consistent with an extruded, sequestered disc with cranial and caudal migration.