I'll try and help here:
To be honest, I am not sure what Anterolisthesis is. I think it means the discs slip backward over the other one but I'm not sure.
You have bone spurs at T-11, T-12, L1-2, L2-3.
A bone spur obscures the rear elements and spinal canal at T10 & T11. There is a disc bulge (no herniation) at T10-11 and T11-12 which exhibits mild effect on the thecal sac. The thecal sac is a membrane of dura matter that surrounds the spinal canal and the cauda equiina. The thecal sac is filled with cerebral spinal fluid.
L1-2 There is a mild disc bulge which presses on the thecal sac
L2-3 No problem
L3-4 There is facet arthropathy (joint disease, probably osteoarthritis??) and a bulging disc contributing to mild central canal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
L4-5 There is Uncovering of disc material (?) and bilateral facet arthropathy. There is mild central canal stenosis. There is minimal foraminal stenosis (the foramen is the hole that the nerves pass thru to get to the spinal canal)
L5-S1 There is a broad based Bilobed disc extrusiion extending from the central zone to the foraminal zone. It has effect on the thecal sac and contributes to moderate left sided foraminal stenosis. There is mild facet arthropathy. There is mild degree of degenerative type bone marrow edema (swelling).
I AM NO DOCTOR, but from what I see of this MRI, I seriously doubt that you would be a surgical candidate. A neurosurgeon would probably suggest you go to pain management ---- at least I HOPE he would.
If any surgeon suggests surgery, get 2 MORE OPINIONS.
First,, surgery will NOT ease your pain. Surgery is NOT FOR PAIN. iT IS ONLY for mechanical problems. You will still have pain after surgery, and it might even be worse than before. Also, most doctors won't tell you this, but when you have surgery, the levels above and below the surgery sites will fail because they've had to take on more of the load. This is called the "Domino Effect." Then you will end up in the operating room again and again. So you MUST avoid surgery at all costs if you can. Try every single CONSERVATIVE METHODS you can try, including the spinal cord stimulator implant, which usually is the last resort before surgery. I've tried everything and now pain management doctors won't take me anymore, as I've been deemed inoperable.
Best of luck. If you have any further questions, or if I've totally confused you, please let me know, okay?
God bless and take care. Hugs, Lee