• Just got my mri results back what does this mean?

    IMPRESSION: MULTILEVEL INCOMPLETE TEAR OF THE ANNULUS, DISC PROTRUSION L5-S1, L4-5 FORAMINAL NARROWING. ADDITIONAL FINDINGS AS DESCRIBED. Narrative MRI LUMBAR SPINE WITHOUT CONTRAST: 05/16/17. COMPARISON: 6/22/2011. REASON FOR EXAM: Right leg radiculopathy, numbness, sacral pain. TECHNIQUE: Standard MRI... show more
    IMPRESSION: MULTILEVEL INCOMPLETE TEAR OF THE ANNULUS, DISC PROTRUSION L5-S1, L4-5 FORAMINAL NARROWING. ADDITIONAL FINDINGS AS DESCRIBED. Narrative MRI LUMBAR SPINE WITHOUT CONTRAST: 05/16/17. COMPARISON: 6/22/2011. REASON FOR EXAM: Right leg radiculopathy, numbness, sacral pain. TECHNIQUE: Standard MRI lumbar spine was performed including sagittal and fat suppression sequences. FINDINGS: L1-2 is unremarkable. L2-3 redemonstration of the shallow incomplete tear of the annulus which is shallow disc protrusion mild spinal stenosis, this is unchanged. L3-4 mild facet arthropathy, incomplete tear of the annulus without focal disc protrusion. Which is new since previous exam. L4-5: Incomplete tear of the annulus posteriorly without focal disc protrusion. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing. L5-S1: Central disc protrusion without displacement of the adjacent nerve rootlets, this is unchanged, mild facet arthropathy. The cauda equina is unremarkable. No bone marrow replacement process is seen. Some endplate changes are seen at L5-S1. Component Results
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  • How do airline pilots prevent bird and geese strikes from happening?

    Best answer: Can't. The best we can do is keep a sharp eye out for flocks of birds. On approach and takeoffs, air traffic control can also give us advisories about where the flocks are gathering. But while on instrument flight rules, we are limited in what we can do to avoid them.

    But that's about it.
    Best answer: Can't. The best we can do is keep a sharp eye out for flocks of birds. On approach and takeoffs, air traffic control can also give us advisories about where the flocks are gathering. But while on instrument flight rules, we are limited in what we can do to avoid them.

    But that's about it.
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  • Is it smart to buy an investment property in Surprize/Glendale, AZ?

    Greetings, So I'm 25 and live in the Los Angeles area. I am looking for a smart way to invest my hard earned money. Being that housing is very expensive here, I was exploring the idea of investing in a property in Arizona to build some equity to one day use for a home here in LA. Is now a good time to buy... show more
    Greetings, So I'm 25 and live in the Los Angeles area. I am looking for a smart way to invest my hard earned money. Being that housing is very expensive here, I was exploring the idea of investing in a property in Arizona to build some equity to one day use for a home here in LA. Is now a good time to buy out there? And is the rental market, compared to mortgage rates worth it?
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  • Submitting a offer on a house after initial offer was rejected...?

    My husband and I are house hunting. It is a seller's market in our area. Houses that are in good condition and priced right are going like hot cakes (within a day or two). We made an offer on a home that is overpriced and has been sitting for 50 days. In a regular market that might not seem like a long time,... show more
    My husband and I are house hunting. It is a seller's market in our area. Houses that are in good condition and priced right are going like hot cakes (within a day or two). We made an offer on a home that is overpriced and has been sitting for 50 days. In a regular market that might not seem like a long time, but in this market I think that it is. House is priced at 219,995. Older owners. We offered 190,000 with the intention of going to 195,00. I know--lowball. If the house were in perfect condition, it would probably go for 210/215, but this home is "tired." It need a new roof (1989), furnace (20 years old), probably AC (15 years old), and some aesthetic updates. The owners are older and have already purchased a home in the south. However, they have owned this home for 45 years. That's a LONG time to form a serious attachment. Clearly I am dwelling on this house. We do NOT want to overpay for it of course, especially with the age of the roof. However, they didn't even counter offer on our 190k offer. They have had 2 open houses and from what I understand, our offer was their first. We have of course continued to look. Inventory is extremely low right now, making it even more difficult to let this go. If we submitted a new offer at 195,000, I am fairly certain they wouldn't counter. In a way, I'm answering my own question. The route of writing an offer letter is probably not the best idea because numbers outweigh emotions I'm guessing. Thoughts?
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