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... New and posted other day but now need help understanding these results: MRI SPINE CERVICAL WO CONTRAST Craniovertebral Junction within normal limits. Vertebral height and alignment well maintained and marrow signal within normal limits. Multilevel anterior and posterior marginal spurring with concomitant disc desiccation ad minimal uniform loss of heitht at the C5 - 6... (0 replies)
... Teteri66, I am so sorry I don't know how to use this board correctly obviously, I was trying to quote my first message on my MRI of my lumbar spine since you took so much time to answer me. ... (7 replies)
... Teteri66, I am so sorry I don't know how to use this board correctly obviously, I was trying to quote my first message on my MRI of my lumbar spine since you took so much time to answer me. ... (7 replies)

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... Today I am again confused. You had read my MRI of my lumbar spine for me I believe it was last week and I appreciated that so much. ... (5 replies)
... ChuckStr, thank you for your so kind words. I do really believe it is very important to share our problems with others going through similar experiences. Iím very fortunate in being able to use the internet and participate in this forum. I realize that sharing experiences is much better than reading all studies about the disease Ė I tend to think that there is a kind of... (6 replies)
... ChuckStr, thank you for your so kind words. I do really believe it is very important to share our problems with others going through similar experiences. I’m very fortunate in being able to use the internet and participate in this forum. I realize that sharing experiences is much better than reading all studies about the disease – I tend to think that there is a kind of... (6 replies)
... Thank you so much for replying to my post. My PCP is sending me to a neurosurgeon this coming Friday. He isn't a spine specialist but since I trust my PCP, I will see this neuro doc. I would really like to find a spine specialist but don't know how to go about it. ... (3 replies)
... I do not live in Michigan, but have family and friends who do. Several of them have needed spine surgery. I discovered that it can be a difficult place to get second opinions! ... (5 replies)
... Hi, my name is Lyn (AngelinMichigan). I have recently been sent to this new Neurological Surgeon who is talking about possibly doing a very complicated surgery on my cervical spine. I have a pseudoarthrosis after having my original surgery in 2003 on C5/6 and 6/7 and I know 6/7 did not fuse from the beginning and no other surgeons would ever touch my case. I have never got out... (5 replies)
... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and thatís it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (6 replies)
... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and that’s it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (6 replies)
... anxiety. If you think there may be something going on with your spine I encourage you to make an appointment with a spine specialist for evaluation.I don't know how referrals and such work in the uk but I would think after 18 months of symptoms you'd be able to get un. ... (4 replies)
... I had this exact thing happen where one radiologist said myelomalacia and others as well as spine specialists said more likely motion artifact. ... (3 replies)
... I reccommend you go to a spine specialist for a proper evaluation. If it is arachnoiditis it's generally not easy to diagnose so you'll want an expert. ... (4 replies)
... causing some of your symptoms, but could lead to more significant problems over time. I don't know what kind of Drs you've seen but that should be looked at by a spine specialist. That is a neuro or Ortho surgeon with specialized training in the spine that limits their practice to spinal issues only. ... (4 replies)
... reduced but it is more or less back to normal now 14 months later. I visited a total of 5 spine specialists including a couple of teaching spine surgery professors and an ex professor ranked among the top surgeons in the country. ... (6 replies)
... I'm a 69 year old female who has had Degenerative Disc Disease of my cervical spine for many years and knew it was a matter of time before I had to have surgery. ... (6 replies)
... It seems that there were several things that went wrong in that surgery so I would be hesitant. At any rate I would consider a second opinion with a skilled spine specialist to review the current situation and get recommendations. It may be difficult to get someone to look at such a rent surgery by another surgeon. ... (3 replies)


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