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Issues at c3 level
Apr 15, 2018
... and I have had pain in my jaw aswell. I have had both shoulders repaired in the last 7 years, and am getting bad pain in my left shoulder, I don't know if that is neck related or not though... ... (4 replies)
... Here is my problem..... ... (1 replies)
... and my hands going numb and hurting. I went to the doctors and he did a test on me and said i had carpolltunnel. He also sent me to get a MRI and i have no clue what it mean. ... (2 replies)

... My doc office gave me the written report and no one has explained it to me nor told me what to do next. ... (4 replies)
... what is an osteophytic bar at c5-6 disc space and does it require surgery (0 replies)
... How would I know what is considered 'normal' redness and swelling? ... (2 replies)
... I havent been here in awhile. I have been visiting some others. But I wonder what is next. I have had increasing pain in my right hand and arm. ... (0 replies)
... what is central focal disc protrusion of C4-C5 (0 replies)
Apr 22, 2003
... Hi ya'll, It has been a little while sence I have been on here. I have been very busy what with taking care of Roy, the house and the yard. Roy does quite a bit and I worry that he is doing to much. ... (3 replies)
What is Gliosis?
Feb 17, 2003
... level, there is evidence or area of increased signal intensity within the cervical cord consistent with GLIOSIS. ... (1 replies)
... Does anyone know what is a thoracic syrinx? ... (3 replies)
... It is meant to say foraminal not frontal. The foramina are openings located at each vertebra where a spinal nerve exits the spine. ... (1 replies)
... In the conclusion of my MRI notes I see: Disc osteophyte complexes at c5-c6 and c6-c7 causing mild central stenosis, moderate neural foraminal stenosis and mild left neural foraminal stenosis at c5-c6 and moderate central stenosis,moderate severe left neural frontal stenosis and moderate right neural foraminal stenosis at c6-c7. I can't find references to neural frontal... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Since I do not know what experience you may have with neck problems, or what level of knowledge you have regarding the neck, I will begin with a bit of basic information... ... (5 replies)
... I have suffered pain in my neck, I had an xray which reported an irregularity of the superior endplate of C5 caused by trauma can someone explain what is meant by this? ... (1 replies)
... er the first surgery, she was sick and throwing up constantly. She told me she had to roll herself over to keep from choking and all the recovery nurse would do is yell at her to wake up and mover her right arm and leg. She told her she was awake and moved everything else but her right arm and leg. ... (0 replies)
... What is the "other disk" you're referring to? ... (1 replies)
... or what is a cause of the scarring? ... (0 replies)
... ray will tell you if the hardware is where it should be, which is what matters. Speaking of hardware, that's what is clamping your C5 to your C6, so it's hard to see how sleeping position makes any difference. ... (4 replies)
... I didn't know how to name this thread, so I used the word "rules" for it. But here is a question I simply can't find the answer to. ... (2 replies)

Associated Tags: c5 c6, care giver, central canal stenosis, cervical stenosis, disectomy, mri, myelopathy, paralyzed, recovery

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