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... Have you seen anyone recently? If the pain doesn't improve, you might want to have another consultation just to be sure there isn't something making more of an impact on the spinal cord. Sounds like you need to restrict your activities until this injury is not generating pain. Otherwise, it may turn into something more chronic. Running causes a great deal of stress on... (6 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Did you have a MRI at the time of the accident, or since? Have you consulted with a spine specialist? This would be either an orthopedic spine surgeon or a neurosurgeon who devotes his/her practice to issues of the neck and back. It may be that something in addition to what was readily apparent on the X-ray happened to your spine, and it has not... (6 replies)
... I can hear the anguish in your post. I feel bad for you. I know all too well the pain that comes with fractures. And, the frustrations from trying to explain the pain getting help with it. I also have compression fractures in t6/t7 with anterior wedging of t4. Doctors say that they think don't that is what is causing me pain in my thoracic area. I was an ATV... (2 replies)

... Its probably not quite the same but I had a compressive fracture of my T7 vertebra back in october 06. ... (4 replies)
... Its probably not quite the same but I had a compressive fracture of my T7 vertebra back in october 06. ... (4 replies)
... I was involved in an auto accident on September 24, 2006 and fractured T6,T7, & T8. My Dr. at the Spine Center has me in a "turtle shell" till mid Feb. He said he would do surgery if I was in my 40's or 50's, but they didn't know long term effects of the cement injected into the vertabres. (I am 33) He said the pain should not be bad at this point. :rolleyes: {good thing this... (6 replies)
... Thanks Jen.....sorry to hear you have multiple fractures and it's been so long. I did ask my orthopedic doctor if I would be a good candidate for the injections (vertebroplasty) and he just laughed and said I didn't need any surgery, just more time. I think I'm going to another one and get a second opinion on this as I'm tired of hurting all the time. Thanks again and I... (5 replies)
... Hi! I know exactly what you're talking about. I have compression fractures at T6,T7,and T8 and it's been about 14 months now, and I still have constant pain. ... (5 replies)
... T4 a 15mm hemangioma involving the vertebral body is seen incidentally. No acute compression fracture. ... (5 replies)
Spine MRI results?
Jun 24, 2013
... normal height with no evidence of compression fracture. Within the posterior aspect of the T8 vertebral body. ... (0 replies)
... Hi everyone, I need some help in reading my mri report & figuring out my options, that is if i have any available to me . I was recently rear ended in a car accident. I'm still in constant pain and my life is on put on hold. The results read: • minor degenerative change within T6-T7 disc space • early degenerative change within T11-T12 & T12-L1 disc spaces • minor... (3 replies)
... C7. There is no acute compression fracture. Vertebral alignment is normal. Theie is an accentuatet focal cervicothoracic kypshosic at the cervicothroacic juntion. ... (34 replies)
... T6, T7 and T8. A compression deformity is a type of fracture of the vertebra that can be caused by injury, or a vertebra that is already weakened from something like osteoporosis or degeneration. ... (2 replies)
... Well these posts do not present a rosy picture of the results of fixation surgery for mid thoracic spinal wedge compression fractures.There are several types of thoracic fractures and the most common is the wedge. It is also the easiest to treat. ... (3 replies)
... Ann, Thanks for the quick reply! Were you able to do any form of exercise in the brace? Did you have to wear it all the time, even when sleeping? (5 replies)
... The brace is to help you heal just like if you were to break an arm or leg you wear a cast or brace of some kind...same as with the back. However, you don't need to wear a brace if you were to go home and stay in bed for the next 8 weeks. So I guess it is your choice. When I injured my back the doctor just told me to go home and to stay bed for 8 weeks and I told him that... (5 replies)
... it was a compression fracture of T7 caused by a nasty hit on the ice. ... (3 replies)
... n the right side. The marrow signal in the vertebral bodies is unremarkable. The size, contour and signal of the thoracic cord is normal. there is no evidence of compression fracture. Resolution is limited. The STIR sagittal sequence shows abnormal high signal in the vertebral bodies. ... (2 replies)
... of the thoracic kyphosis with associated mild inferior thoracic dextroscoliosis compatible with muscular spasm. There is a mild chronic central superior endplate compression fracture deformity of T7 vertebral body with herniation of disk material mildly into the central superior endplate of T7 vertebral body. ... (0 replies)

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