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... t know anyone who recovered from major back surgery in 12 weeks time. That is absurd! ... (5 replies)
... weighted spin echo and gradient echo images of the lumbar spinewere obtained without intravenous contrast. ... (2 replies)
... op follow ups. As well as lots of physical therapy. The surgery was very successful, but only fixed part of the overall problem. Prior to the surgery I wore a lumbar back brace and an SI Loc Brace just so that I could stand. Walking was nearly impossible and very difficult even with the braces. ... (2 replies)

... I'm wondering if anyone has experienced calf swelling with lumbar spinal stenosis? ... (5 replies)
... its always good to do the research fully first,,, you can always drop the surgery date back a bit so you can get alittle more advice first. the reason i am saying this to you is a fusion is perminant, im not trying to scare you. ... (4 replies)
... hours, and that is barely working now, so I am a bit nervous that after the surgery the pain medications will not be as effective. ... (12 replies)
... L4 and SEVERE facet arthritis in my entire lumbar spine. ... (1 replies)
... Surgery for lumbar problems is almost always done as a last resort after the patient has tried all appropriate conservative treatment measures and they have failed. ... (1 replies)
... Well, I wish everyone well, and hope that those of you who are preparing for this surgery understand that it is not an easy surgery, but with faith and love, you will overcome it! ... (12 replies)
... L4, particilarly if artificial disc replacement is planned. I don't believe that is even a surgery that is approved by the FDA since it would be going into adjoining areas that are fused. ... (8 replies)
... It is always a good idea to get more than one opinion, but perhaps this is not possible with workman's comp. This is a big surgery and will require a lengthy recovery if the results are to have a chance at being successful. ... (18 replies)
Failed Surgery!
Sep 5, 2010
... worse. I have a myelogram ct scan ordered for the 17th after which I will meet with my ortho and go over the results. I fully expect that he will be recommending surgery because along with the leg weakness I am having burning in my leg as well as lots of lower back pain. ... (18 replies)
... Yes, just a few weeks ago, I was in very little pain, mostly local lumbar pain and occasionally numbness on my toes. ... (54 replies)
... o and still in pain on and off so I am considering if surgery will help me. ... (5 replies)
Failed Surgery!
Sep 5, 2010
... Lumbar Myelogram via lumbar puncture. ... (18 replies)
... mm retrolisthesis of L3 relative to L4. ... (6 replies)
... Mild discogenic degenerative changes are seen within lumbar vertebral column. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I had an MRI on my lumbar spine on 1/10/2012. Here are the results: There is satisfactory alignment. The vertebral body heights are preserved. This is disc desiccation at L4-L5 and L5-S1 with preservation of disc height. There is heterogeneous signal abnormality in the L5 vertebral body on the T1 and T2-weighted images. On T2, this demonstrates diffuse mildly... (16 replies)
... From L3 down to S1, all of my facets are hypertrophic. Then throw into the mix, bulging and a disk protrusion with a tear, that is indenting my thecal sac. ... (1 replies)
... efore her surgeries...she didn't get to use her own blood because the Red Cross DROPPED it and didn't tell her doctor or the hospital so at the last minute after surgery they had to find blood for her. ... (10 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, bulging disc, ddd, fusion, herniated, l5-s1, leg weakness, spinal fusion, spondylolisthesis, surgery option

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