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... ive had back pain since august, and just recently after numerous tests, i find out that i have a compression fracture. ... (2 replies)
... compress. They should be able to determine if the fracture is new or old from your tests. ... (2 replies)
Confused
Oct 3, 2012
... my husband was in an accident where he now has a T9 compression fracture we dont know what to do, he was in texarkana hospital from thursday evening to monday they didnt tell us alot they didnt put a brace on him until sunday night they released him on monday . (2 replies)

... Hi Again. Really need some advise and possible help. MRI shows I have mild anterior compression of T6 and and T7 superior end plates with mild central Schmorl node formation of T7 noted. ... (5 replies)
... Have you had CT and/or MRI done? If you have and have the results handy let us know what it says in the conclusions section. (2 replies)
... NO OTHER COMPRESSION FRACTURE IS PRESENT. ... (5 replies)
Confused
Oct 4, 2012
... You said he had a compression fracture at T9 and that a brace was put on. ... (2 replies)
Thoracic Painful
Apr 30, 2009
... T7 and possible T4 . T6 anterior compression fracture with anterior wedging of T4. I have been in a lot more pain since January. In March I went to the hospital and they said I was having major muscle spasms. ... (0 replies)
Pain and Dispair
Aug 2, 2012
... told me that I had sustained a fracture to C1, a fracture to T3 and T9. as well she told me there was and old Fracture to C1 as well. ... (6 replies)
... If clinically warranted, further evaluation with MRI spina may be helpful to assess for spinal cord compression or effacement. Mild bilateral T8 and T9 neural foraminal stenosis related to degenerative disc disease in combination with facet hypertrophy. ... (2 replies)
... l forminal narrowing, probably secondary to degenerative change. Loss of normal lordosis in the cervical region which may be due to muscle spasm, no evidence of fracture is seen. ... (2 replies)




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