71-year old female presented with long standing lower back pain. High BMI. What can we interpret from this x-ray?

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SUGGESTIVE OF OSTEOPOROSIS.. . WITH MULTIPLE DISC PROLAPSES..

Multiple level degenerative disc disease Bridging osteophytes in the vertebrae Bilateral hips are arthritic with concentric reduction in joint space She might be compensating reduced hip movements by spine movements Rule out inflammatory arthritis RA factor Uric acid Crp CBC esr Analgesics Muscle relaxants Calcium vitD Gabapentin will help

@Dr. Riju N sir what is muscle relaxant of choice?
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Multiple osteophytes at multiple levels Calcified ant ligamentum flavum Degenerative changes at all levels subchondral sclerotic changes Discs are buldging narrowing of spinal canal Lumbar spondylitis with pivd

Thanx dr Mittakola Praveen
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Multiple levels degeneratative disc prolapse wih calcification. AVN, ? Sacralization L5&S1

Osteoporosis Multiple level disc prolapse Bilateral hip joint arthritis

Multiple Disc prolapses with osteoporosis

Multiple disc prolapse with osteoporosis

Thanks Dr Pushkar Bhomia
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Multiple disc prolapse Osteoporosis

Tnx Dr Leel
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Huge coalition Osteophytes at multiple lumbar level. L1L2 disc prolapse with retrolisthesis. Multiple degenerative disc disease. Bileteral hip joint arthritis with acetabular marginal Spurs. Pubic symphysis arthritis. R/O septic arthritis

Spine X-Ray: ALL calcification, with multiple level disc prolapse. Looks osteoporotic exaggerated lumbar lordosis. Possibility of scoliosis too. Pelvic X-ray: AVN of left femur head more than right. Sacralization of L5 over S1?

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