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... Part of it is due to the "Myelomalcia" which means softening of the spinal cord and while its been a while since I've read about Myelomalacia can be serious if it progresses. ... (34 replies)
... MRI of the lumbar spine without contrast, taken in the lying down position. ... (23 replies)
Results of my mri
Aug 20, 2003
... when i sit down, lots of anxiety and panic attacks, and a general feel of weakness. ... (3 replies)

... I did go to the emergency room and got an mri of the lumbar spine and they are telling me that the numbness is coming from the stenosis. ... (17 replies)
... I will start off by telling you a little bit about my story. I fell on a wet floor back in August 2010. I landed on my back. I later got an MRI. I have not had a doctor explain to me why I am in pain everyday. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Amanda I wish I knew if that is whats causing your pain, but something is. 6 months out and your still in this amount of pain, there are things on your mri but i dont know what they mean, there is a couple of peole on here who are pretty good at those things, I hope they read it soon and respond to you. ... (80 replies)
... Hi all. I have read some very good advice here about back pain and what to do about it. ... (8 replies)
Apr 20, 2007
... Amanda! I didn't want your thread to get lost in the other thread so I started a new one for you. ... (4 replies)
... a CNA in a nursing home with 9 years of expeirence. ... (80 replies)
... I have had severe back and hip pain after walking a short distance for several months now. The pain is a deep ache that worsens as I walk. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you tetonteri66 for your response....I'll try to answer your questions. ... (7 replies)
... Its been a while since I've read an MRI report. Hopefully I can clarify it somewhat for you. ... (1 replies)
... A brief synapses, I fell down a flight of stairs in November, very mild rear end car accident in Jan '08, and then seemed to start hurting after shovelling snow, using an ice pick in February. ... (9 replies)
... Depending on how severe your nerve compromise is, which would be determined by correlating the MRI with a physical exam, a neurologic exam and listening carefully to a description of your symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... I had an MRI done on my back in August after having a fall in June of this year. ... (0 replies)
... year old male. 6' 195 lbs. No injuries that im aware of. Mixture of active and sit down work. ... (1 replies)
... The 2 procedures are not one and the same, they are different. A laminectomy is the removal of bone from the spine to decompress nerves...usually done to relieve spinal stenosis. A microdisectomy has to do with the removal of disc material. I had laminectomy done for stenosis in September. ... (1 replies)
... In response to teri's nice inquiry as to how things have been going lately, I thought I'd start a new thread. Something has happened which I think would lead me to do so anyway, so thanks to teri for caring enough to give me the push. ... (14 replies)
... pelvis. Your pelvis is fine, according to the report. ... (6 replies)
... It is difficult to access the extent the scoliosis is causing your pain vs the disc issues you have that are causing nerve compression, in part because the report does not specify the amount of the curve, the size of the herniations, etc. ... (1 replies)

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