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... I had 2 Harrington rods fused to my spine after car accident in 1992. ... (5 replies)
... Cervical surgery for kyphosis with harrington rods from C3 to T4 2000, this surgery was done both anterior and posterior. done in 2 parts. The fusion was done at levels stated in the initial posting. ... (34 replies)
... Yes, I originally lived in northern Jersey and had one surgery at HSS in 1997 for "flatback syndrome" with Harrington Rods. Great hospital. But the insurance plan I have now, they are not an "in network" provider. ... (34 replies)

... Post surgical fusion changes related to Harrington rod placement. There is extensive artifact related to surgical instruments. ... (11 replies)
... Multiplaner MR imaging was performed with 1.5 TESLA. ... (34 replies)
... I also told of my previous history with my scoliosis and having the Harrington rods, bone graft and so forth. ... (11 replies)
... LUMBAR area there are issues but due to Harrington Rods can not get clear MRI films. ... (2 replies)
... o having cervical issues as well there was a question if the spinal cord stimulator could be placed in the cervical region as well. But there was a complication. With the Harrington Rods already there there was no space to implant the device. The only option would be to remove the hardware to make room for the device. ... (8 replies)
MRI - Thoracic
Jan 19, 2013
... levels and Harrington Rods from L2 down. ... (0 replies)
... In my low back I had Flatback syndrome which basically meant that I was flexed forward and could not stand up erect. Thus surgery was doe and Harrington Rods inserted to keep the spine in the position that it should be in. ... (9 replies)
... There were two other surgeries. To help me with pain management I had an implant done called Spinal Cord Stimulator to control pain. It was eventually removed since it was not helping. ... (12 replies)
... GMAK as to reading the films I have had this issue before. The rods tend to interfere with getting clear pictures of what is going on. ... (34 replies)
... Where am I headed with the neck issues? ... (10 replies)
... Tiffany: First let me say this I understand your frustration just to well. Let me give you a brief rundown of my history: I was 35 when my problems started 1. 1988 buldging discs - hospitalized in traction - 2 different hospitals until i got back on my feet 2. 1994 herniated discs lumbar spine surgery 3. 1994 diagnosed with Parkinsons disease; and in 1997 discovered I... (19 replies)
... At the time I had been diagnosed with "cervical kyphosis" thus the reason for ther rods that went from the cervical down into the thoracic region. ... (34 replies)
... As to treatment, conservative is always the best. Yes pain meds to deal with pain and inflammation. Physical therapy is what I prefer over chiropractic manipulations again that is my view. ... (8 replies)
... e. I have been thru 5 major surgeries plus 2 more which was for implanting then removing a Spinal Cord Stimulator for pain. It wasn't working. Half of my back is Harrington Rods. I have had cervical and lumbar issues for the past 24 years. ... (4 replies)
... I am curious as to what the MRI that you had done shows. It is possible that with hardware that over time there may be problems either above or below the levels where the hardware was done. ... (5 replies)
... SD I know the frustrations that you are going thru in trying to deal with the issue of pain. ... (11 replies)
... I crushed L1 and L2 in 1979 and they did the fusion and put in harrington rods. My recovery was difficult with two months in hospital and a body cast for 9 months after, but that was 24 yrs ago. Things have improved tremendously since. ... (15 replies)

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