Case Reports in Orthopedics / 2016 / Article / Fig 2

Case Report

A Rare Case of Progressive Palsy of the Lower Leg Caused by a Huge Lumbar Posterior Endplate Lesion after Recurrent Disc Herniation

Figure 2

MRI showed posterior lumbar disc herniation connecting the nucleus pulposus tissue at L4/5 at the age of 18 years ((a) and (b)). The lumbar disc herniation at L5/S1 was absorbed, although the posterior endplate lesion still remained at L5/S1 ((a) and (c)).
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