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... You are right that an MRI does not show nerve damage directly. ... (10 replies)
MRI Question
Jul 28, 2008
... From what I understand, MRI does not show nerve damage. Is this true? ... (8 replies)
... as far as the angio goes with possible nerve damage? ... (6 replies)

... I've since had too many CTs and MRIs to count, that show herniated discs, bulging discs, DDD, DJD, and I've been diagnosed with sciatica!! ... (10 replies)
... lly see about this. it would appear tho that your rhemy doc is much more on the ball here. i would actually ask your rheumy or your primary for a referral for an MRI just to really "see' if something did indeed occur during your surgery. ... (10 replies)
... rgeon in oct and as he held my leg i shook out with tremors he was not happy and admitted me straight away for an emergency mri. he was convinced something would show hitting off a nerve but he could not see anything on the mri of nerve damage. i had to stay in hospital for 13 days and got injections and epidurals. ... (19 replies)
... You could go through the process of having the discogram and get lucky, we already know L4 is going to show some damage, so the discogram will give you information on L5, S1. If nothing shows you come back to square one. ... (6 replies)
... MRI will show nerve compression. However, it will not show nerve irritation, which I suspect is causing the drop foot. It would probably also show if the screw has migrated and is now resting on or becoming entangled in a nerve. ... (4 replies)
... Went to rehab dr this morning. I have significant weakness in my right arm. He wants to rule out rotator cuff. Having MRI of shoulder tomorrow. ... (9 replies)
... S1 has now ruptured and is significantly impinging the S1 nerve root. ... (11 replies)
... My regular MRI does not show enough to get a surgeon's attention. ... (4 replies)
... her practice to issues of the neck and back...NOT an ortho who does joint replacement or sets broken bones, and not a neurosurgeon who does brain surgery. I think it might be a good idea to begin with a diagnosis you can be reasonably sure of... ... (4 replies)
... I have posted before about back problems that they say are reall but can't fine the cause. I am wondering about them telling me from an MRI scan that i have a fatty epidural thing on my tailbone could this actually be a cyst although they argue it's not? ... (5 replies)
... ray, CT and MRI would show what disc problems you may have and then the doctor can see if what the tests show match your symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... Heidi, they held me off for a long time too. I am dealing now with possible permament nerve damage which I believe they are partially to blame so if I was in your shoes, I would have the stupid x-ray and if it does not show anything call membership services -- call crying that you need help and you want to know what your alternatives are. Thank you for your kind words. ... (6 replies)
MRI. Results..
Sep 11, 2002
... It as slightly got worse as in losing hight, but as not caused nerve damage, That is why he did not fuse it at the time and still stands by that to leave well alone.. ... (10 replies)
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... the term "degenerative", which implies that it will get worse with age. While the disc degeneration is likely to progress over time, the associated pain usually does not get worse and in fact usually gets better over time. ... (7 replies)
... there are actually a few different things that can cause or trigger hyperrelexia.mine was the result of motor nerve damage that is sending out constant nerve signals to my legs.i have a certain level of actual spasticity in them too.but i also have spinal cord damage as well from a surgery done on my cord. ... (10 replies)
... an MRI done on that surgical area while it is still in the early stages of healing. ... (2 replies)


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