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Hemangioma
Jul 8, 2003
... a bulging disk. At that time, I also felt constant pressure in my bladder and starting getting bladder infections. It was also noticed on my MRI that I have a spinal hemangioma in the same spot as the bulging disk. The doctors I have gone to say oh...nothing to worry about, you were born with it. ... (2 replies)
Spinal hemangioma
Oct 10, 2006
... I'm looking for information about spinal hemangiomas. I have two of them one on T10 and one on T12. ... (1 replies)
... irritated when exposed to certain blood products. your hemangioma just needs to be better explored as part of your ongoing pain at least. it can create alot of problems for one person and nothing for another. ... (16 replies)

... I normally am over on the spinal board because my cervical was my overwhelming problem and where I have done all my surgeries, but I also have lots of thoraic and lumbar issues. ... (3 replies)
... oppinon...I was then diagnosed with anemia and iron def severe. I got infusions for 4 weeks straight and as I did the pain in the back where they say i have the hemangioma is got better. Its still bothers me some but not so much I cant stand it. But would love it to be all better. ... (16 replies)
T11 Hemangioma
Jul 4, 2010
... levels but no significant neurologic compromise is seen. No eveidence of spinal stenosis seen. There is mild to moderate facet osteoarthritic change is noted. The distal cord and cauda equina are normal. ... (4 replies)
... severe and very impactful myo pain that i had been dealing with for many years. most of the severe muscle damage i have is from after having a surgery done on my spinal cord where they had to make a huge incision thru all those thick muscles up from mid neck down to my shoulder blades? ... (16 replies)
... slight desiccation of the discs, but no disc protrusions present. Mild arthritic facet joint disease in the lower lumbar spine. No compression fractures present. Spinal cord is norma in signal intensity and morphology. The patient has a 1.7 cm renal cyst. ... (16 replies)
... nder if the fact that no one wants to work on you Constant is the fact that Thoracic area is a highly specialized field. You might have to search for a thoracic spinal surgeon. ... (7 replies)
... ve a bulging disk. At that time, I also felt constant pressure in my bladder and starting getting bladder infections. It was also noticed on my MRI that I have a spinal hemangioma in the same spot as the bulging disk. The doctors I have gone to say oh...nothing to worry about, you were born with it. ... (0 replies)
... in that bone. if this doc refuses to aknowlegde your pain then i really would obtain that second opinion. you KNOW your own body and what you feel in it. is the hemangioma the ONLY real finding in that particular area? ... (16 replies)
T10 Hemangioma
Feb 4, 2007
... ive up the pain wins. I would like to know if anyone has dealt with something like this and what did they do to help or fix the pain. The doctors said that the hemangioma was pretty aggressive from most cases, but can't tell if thats was causing the chronic pain. ... (1 replies)
... situation and did find out that my unrelenting agony underneath my shoulder blade that was just 'there' always never giving up was from whats called a cavernous hemangioma right INSIDE of my freaking spinal cord. these are very rare to have form there so chances are that is in no way what you may have going on. ... (7 replies)
... have a cavernous hemangioma removed from my c spine area almost two years ago.it wasn't pretty.I think you really really need to seek out a good neurosurgeon and no one else. ... (13 replies)
... If you research use symptomatic hemangioma to point you in the right directions. ... (16 replies)
... it just wasn't visualized by the MRI or perhaps, it was something that looked like a synovial cyst and it has now been reabsorbed by the body. Something like a hemangioma can and usually is reabsorbed by the body, for example. ... (12 replies)
Spinal lesions
Nov 2, 2012
... if you do not yet have your very own copy of that last, and any other MRIs done along with ALL bloodwork result copies, get them now so you can read thru them yourself and more importantly, give a much better defined explanation OF those 'lesions' per the word for word way the interpretting radiologist saw them initially(the actual wording used by that inital radiologist who... (15 replies)
Spinal Bleeding?
Jun 26, 2012
... Good. That will be helpful. I personally haven't heard of this type of bleeding except in cases of a bad accident like a car crash, etc. However a finding with MRI that is somewhat common is a "hemangioma," and I wondered if that might be what you heard. (42 replies)
... e best most experienced type of info. i saw three seperate NSs with three totally differing opinions on what mine ment for me and this little sob was right IN my spinal cord and not the safer outter vertebrae. very flippin scarey. ... (16 replies)
Spinal hemangioma
Oct 10, 2006
... I don't know much about your condition, but I do know celebrex is a bad drug to be on. The FDA just put out a report a while back that it can cause heart complications. There are many other drugs out there that are much better, especially long term. Good luck!:angel: (1 replies)




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