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... I've had two prior spinal surgeries and fear my next is just around the corner. ... (0 replies)
ACDF on C7 and T1
Oct 27, 2014
... T1 fusion went. ... (4 replies)
... Is the broken hardware causing any symptoms? If it is, I would want a second opinion on getting it out to remove any compression the broken hardware may be causing. The alternative to the posterior revision suggested would be another anterior fusion by replacing the hardware and fusing both levels c4/5 and c5/6. If there aren't any symptoms I would want a second opinion... (5 replies)

... C7 done last year. And I have 2 broken screws as well. Both of my surgeons have said that they prefer to leave them in there for now. Even though the T1 level failed to fuse. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Screws are not designed to hold the fusion site together indefinitely. That is the purpose of the bone graft. ... (5 replies)
... Basically do another fusion but on the other side so it will be posterior fusion. Actually found out that c4c5 is herniated so hes going to also do that fusion when he fixes the other. ... (5 replies)
... c6. Neuro wants to go through the back and "sure up" the fusion as to take everything out would be problematic at best? ... (5 replies)
... Define shore it up?? (5 replies)
Oct 29, 2014
... I havent been on here for awhile. Im still waiting for surgery, been 3.5 years now since I went to my GP and they knew i had a history of spondylolisthesis. I have been offered a mutli level lumbar fusion with laminectomy. ... (2 replies)
... Like with most of you it's been a long journey with neck problems and related pain. ... (4 replies)
... but this thoracic pain has developed recently and rapidly and feels like its ignited the pain to new levels in both my lumbar and neck. Like its flipped some sort of nerve switch. ... (8 replies)
C5 and C6
Sep 18, 2007
... My C5 and C6 are fused.The cause has not been found. ... (0 replies)
... About 18 months after the ACDF I had severe symptoms return. The MRI showed stenosis and I had a C5 and C6 posterior foraminotomy. Going in the surgeon said the MRI showed mild stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... I fell a week go and noticed the return of pain similar to what I experienced in 2001 when I ruptured c5 and c6. I had surgery at that time, fusion, donor bone and a plate a screws. ... (3 replies)
... You otta get better news from your neurosurgeon I would hope. It sounds like a majority of your pain is coming from C5 C6 with the symptoms you are describing. ... (4 replies)
... C6 fusion and after recovery was totally paralyzed on her right side. CT was done and too much artifact to rule anything out. Surgeon said it could be a blood clot pressing on the cord so he went back in to see. Nothing there. ... (0 replies)
... I found I had to experiment with pain meds. Usually if I was really bad, 2 extra strength Tylenol and 2 oxycodone a short time later would take care of it. ... (6 replies)
... It will be done under fluoroscopy with a microscope and dilating retractors so the incision will be less than an inch. ... (17 replies)
... my issues are with the C5 and C6 nerve, although doctors describe my foraminal and cervical canal stenosis as minimal to moderate. ... (17 replies)
... t any deteration. my life now is much like you decribe ie lots of pills 4 times a day,a patch every 72hrs, sore tingling hands stagger rather than walk good days and bad I liked your description of life ie drunk I wish. ... (16 replies)

Associated Tags: c5 c6, care giver, discectomy, disectomy, extrusion, fusion surgery, mri, paralyzed, recovery, stenosis, thoracic

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