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... for your reply to my message about how to find a reference for a Neurological Surgeon. ... (5 replies)
... Chuckstr....Thank you so much for your reply!!! I appreciate it that you say not to go to a chiropractor. Since I had my Fusion surgery in 2003 I have tried everything known to man to get out of pain. There is no one more confused than me. ... (7 replies)
... It is pretty common to have complete hardware removal on revision surgery and I have heard of switching to posterior surgy when there is instability involved. From what I've read neither surgery is inherently safer. ... (3 replies)

... Hello and welcome to the board. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Faith, welcome to the board! ... (3 replies)
... Hi, Thanks for your reply. How was yours or other peoples recovery of those types of surgery? ... (16 replies)
... Your "stumbling" would seem to be a red flag. Gait problems originating in the cervical spine indicate cord damage. ... (5 replies)
Mri results
May 19, 2013
... It gave a very clear picture of how the cord was how severely compressed, the level the facets were being closed up. ... (14 replies)
... He should. I have had two neurosurgeons tell me they don't even look at radiologists' reports. After all, they HAVE to be able to read the images better than a radiologist, as they have to perform surgery based on their reading. The radiologist spends most of his time looking for cancer. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I am new to here and would really like some help with figuring out my MRI's of my Cervical Spine. Any help is really appreciated. ... (16 replies)
... I read up on the buckling of the ligamentum flavum that was reported in my MRI results. From what I understand, it means that it has thickened and lost elasticity. ... (6 replies)
... Sorry to hear that it was such a long and confusing appt. I would definitely be following the treatment plan of doing all you can to avoid surgery until absolutely it is the last straw. ... (10 replies)
... so this particular MRI is about a year old then? ... (1 replies)
... wow! thank you guys so much for your replies, thats so awesome that people are there to read what i have to say and help me...im so thankful and god bless the both of you for taking time out your day and responding to me... ... (12 replies)
... have been told it will be mid March now. I tried for months to carry on as normal but have been off work since the start of the New Year. ... (13 replies)
... believe me there are people who have reason to be scared. For you these results aren't to be dismissed, it is good you are trying to understand. Let's look at it together and maybe I can put your mind a little at ease. ... (11 replies)
... well i went for the mri today. My fiance was in the room with me. ... (12 replies)
... let me tell you listen to it. ... (4 replies)
... I know how terrifying it is to have "something wrong" but yet there isn't something glaringly obvious! Many of us on this site have experienced this to one degree or another. I read through your MRI results and I've had many MRI's myself, too many!! ... (8 replies)
... ave had a feaver, there would have been more swelling and it would have gotten worse rather than staying the same. He told me that I should wait till I see him, to read the reports, because it could end up getting me nervous for no reason. ... (7 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical spine pain, cervical stenosis, degenerative disc disease, disc-osteophyte complex, mri help, mri results, narrowing, pain, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal chord compression, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis, spine spurring, spondylosis, stenosis

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