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... insane will pop in too. this really is the best thing you could do for yourself that would also give your surgeon the best possible timeline of all your symptoms post op. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am new to this board so please bear with this long explanation of history. Post-surgery symptoms: pain - neck, shoulder, down arm to elbow, shoulder blade (all left side), tingling and numbness- same areas including left side of face and both hands (mostly left) vision: problems in the very beginning-fuzziness, spots, also headaches and dizziness Broke down and... (0 replies)
... e possible damage that can just come along for the ride to many different areas of what makes up the cord itself. there are things in the cord that run up to the brain called spinal 'tracts"? ... (5 replies)

... my spinal cord was damaged from a surgery done on the inside of my spinal cord but during the surgery they also managed to actually damage my SNS.i now have all kinds of wonderful symptoms to deal with,most are indicative of the autonomic crap among others. ... (7 replies)
... Do you hear your heartbeat IN your ear? And is the pulse very noticeable if you place your hand on the surface area around your ears? If yes, it's sounds like it could be Pulsatile Tinnitus, I've had pulsatile tinnitus now a few months (it started 3 days post-op after jaw arthroscopy) and recently had a CT-angiography showing enlarged vessels indicating an arteriovenous... (1 replies)
Brain haemorrhage
Sep 23, 2005
... Thanks for the answers.I hope things all go well for you during your surgery.please let me know how things go when you are up to it post op,K? ... (7 replies)
... FAR the least invasive and will allow the best recovery in minimal time.this really IS fantastic news compared to the only other alternative,crainiotomy and deep brain surgery.this really is great news onyx and i am so happy for you being able to actually do things this is really huge for you. ... (3 replies)
Brain Aneurism
Mar 21, 2002
... I am not familiar with brain angioplasty. ... (2 replies)
... wow,sounds like you have gotten much much better advice than i could possibly have given you. i too was going to suggest the neuo op tho, this is the type of doc i really need to see for my eye wierdness,just haven't gotten the referrral yet. ... (15 replies)
Mystery illness
Jun 8, 2010
... like the finding that keeps appearing on your brain scans? ... (1 replies)
... I read over the post and do have an answer to your question about getting a shunt. ... (35 replies)
... possible info on all possible treatment options and an eval of your films.i am wondering just how they actually treat these.i had a coil embolization done on my brain aneurysm a couple years ago.that went well.believe me i was could have been pretty nasty if it had ruptured before or during the procedure. ... (7 replies)
... I'm recovering from surgery to remove a benign brain tumor that was growing on my trigeminal nerve. ... (1 replies)

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