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Mri
Oct 28, 2014
... Luschka joint hypertrophy with left foraminal stenosis. 2. no spinal cord gliosis syrinx formation. 3. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks, teter & ChuckStr..... teter, yes I can walk and I have to with all the appts I have. I do try to walk down the long block by my house but it's very difficult because my balance is so off. I wobble & glad I use a cane, I fear I may fall & that's the last thing I want to happen to me. ChuckStr,......1st, here is my brain MRI report. I finally have a doctor appt... (23 replies)
... Basically, it means that you have some white matter lesions at several levels of your brain. These are areas that show up as more white than the "normal" surrounding tissue on MRI. These are really common as people get older because, like most other things, your brain degenerates a bit over time. I have these as well, and I am 7 years younger than you, although I only have a... (26 replies)

... Hi Everyone, I have another result & though it probably belongs on another board, I am posting it here because a lot of my history is in this thread. "MRI BRAIN" I got the report today, Please can anyone help with this in plain English? This one is truly confusing and it's worrying me terribly!!! Findings: The cortical sulci, cisterns and ventricles are proportionate... (26 replies)
What is a gliosis?
Jul 28, 2008
... Can someone explain the difference between a gliosis and myelomalacia. ... (0 replies)
What is Gliosis?
Feb 17, 2003
... History: Laminectomy of C3-4 20 years ago, with some muscular atrophy witnessed. For 18 months I have been experiencing weakness in my left shoulder (no numbness/pain) and have difficulty raising my elbow above the level of my ear. I have seen my left deltoid atrophy a great deal, IMO. Neurologist......MRI......EMG......interpretation... The radiologist had 8... (1 replies)
... thanks for the reply and yes I don't understand what that means.I think the surgeon wanted to try the epidurals first, I thought it was the disc bulge at c5-6 causing all the pain (4 replies)
... THere is a focal left sided T2 bright signal on the spinal cord. This may represent demyelinating process, gliosis or other etology."Do you understrand what this means? ... (4 replies)
... level secondary to alignment. THere is a focal left sided T2 bright signal on the spinal cord. This may represent demyelinating process, gliosis or other etology. Recommded clinical correlation. ... (4 replies)
... level secondary to alignment. THere is a focal left sided T2 bright signal on the spinal cord. This may represent demyelinating process, gliosis or other etology. Recommded clinical correlation. ... (3 replies)
... My husband had decompression and fusion of C5/6 at the start of December 08. At the time his symptoms were leg weakness and on examination he was said to be myelopathy with hyperreflexia in both upper and lower limbs and increased clonus and weakness of his right lower limbs. He had the surgery and was in hospital for 3.5 weeks. When he woke up from surgery he was unable... (9 replies)
New Mri Results
Jul 26, 2008
... Last year I had a c-2 to c-5 fusion Front and Back I had an MrI of my c-spine and they found something called a gliosis. I googled this and understand what it is, but is it realted to my surgery or is it realted to a new condition? Ever since the surgery I have had trouble walking and have lost balance. What makes it more complex is that I have Cerebral Palsy. But I... (0 replies)
... Hi rob, yes lots of people with degenerative disc disease (DDD) and spondylosis, go conservative and do not have surgery. Especially if a person can function normally and there are no physical deficits. Pain is very subjective and for one person what is horrible pain, could be quite tolerable for another, that is only one factor to use to determine how serious your... (7 replies)
... Also "there is abnormal signal within the CORD representing either GLIOSIS or EDEMA from Cord Compression". I was immediately told I would need surgery and sent to see a Neurosurgeon who examined me in early December. ... (7 replies)
What is Gliosis?
Feb 17, 2003
... Hi Wyide, I just found this: "Answer Posted By: CCF-Neuro-M.D.-JT on Thursday, September 20, 2001: Gliosis is a nonspecific term we use to describe brain tissue that is reactive to any kind of brain lesion like tumor, infection, brain surgery, stroke, or trauma. If he does not have any history of brain trauma or surgery, he should consider getting an MRI with contrast... (1 replies)
SPINAL STENOSIS
Feb 17, 2003
... History: Laminectomy of C3-4 20 years ago, with some muscular atrophy witnessed. For 18 months I have been experiencing weakness in my left shoulder (no numbness/pain) and have difficulty raising my elbow above the level of my ear. I have seen my left deltoid atrophy a great deal, IMO. Neurologist......MRI......EMG......interpretation... The radiologist had 8... (13 replies)




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