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... I was so scared of stoke and asked my doctor to order a MRI on my brain and neck. ... (10 replies)
... but have logged another semester at the old College and have begun to resume some of my recreational activities. ... (3 replies)
Spinal Stenosis
Feb 18, 2004
... Just read SalukiDawg's reply and it sounds way too similar to me. I canceled a first scheduled surgery for posterior decompression and fusion C3to C6. Same myelopathy symptoms. Now I have obtained 4 opinions from well known and respected NS and Ortho spine surgeons. ... (10 replies)

... not on one side. So, back to the doc about my shoulder pain and weakness. ... (14 replies)
... I cant imagine how you must feel today. I am blessed to still have both of my parents. And I am going to see them today. ... (13 replies)
... While continuing my endless research for answers I came upon this and wondered if any of you had heard this and what your thoughts were...It was just one of those things that made me go hmmmmm...brings a few more questions to mind...Onward with the research... ... (6 replies)
... I'm overwhelmed....You made me cry, smile and laugh. ... (18 replies)
... C7, my neuro had the nerve to describe my injury as 'wimpy' and tell me that it shouldn't hurt as much as it does. All I know is that it sure doesn't feel wimpy!! ... (23 replies)
... would like to mention ahead of your appointment that will help you to better understand the doctor's comments. When you go in, the doctor should review the MRI and will probably pay no attention to the report which is written by a radiologist. ... (4 replies)
... Uncarthrosis" is a new word to me, but clearly it means "arthrosis of the uncinate process", and I'll go slightly out on a limb and say that's probably the same as what most radiologists call "uncovertabral joint osteophytes". ... (13 replies)
... Thanks so much Mary for making me feel like I'm not completely alone in all this. You're so kind.:) Doc #1 said if epidural #1 didn't show improvement then he wouldn't give me any more. The end. Oy. Luckily my PT is my biggest advocate (I started seeing him last year for ankle problems and lucky for me he's an ankle and spine guy), so he's got me on a big offloading... (4 replies)
... Thank you all for responding. I really appreciate it!! The surgeons are all recommending ACDF and I decided, like you Quilter, that I would definitely use my own bone, if I have the surgery. ... (20 replies)
... that is filled with fluid and surrounds the actual spinal cord nerves. ... (5 replies)
... impinged c 6 nerve,ALONG with having compression of the actual cord,to the left of midline,correct? ... (8 replies)
... Marcia, thank you so much for your thoughtful and helpful reply...really sobering i have to admit but i know i have to hear it... ... (20 replies)
... Just an FYI you need to remember about actual spinal cord compression or even mild affectation is that you are now beyond just dealing with the motor and sensory nerves at this point and are dealing with actual spinal tracts which carry all of the body system function info to the brain. ... (20 replies)
... My son just had a cervical mri, because he had injured his neck over two months ago and has constant pain. Some of the terms I do understand, but not all of them. Could anyone give me their input on this report? ... (3 replies)
... the arms neck etc. At issue when i say that the cervical area is the problem with my legs is because we are not talking about cervical nerves . It is spinal cord compression that is the issue. With cord compression anything below the level can be affected. ... (7 replies)
... I have a neuro appt in 2 weeks. The ortho set me up for PT but told me injections were a waste and I would likely need surgery. The cord compression is scary. Are you scheduled for surgery ? ... (5 replies)
... ossibility that it will do no more than stop things from getting worse. Still, fusion surgeries have been around a long time. For some surgeons, it's their bread and butter. It's important to get absolutely the best surgeon you can. ... (4 replies)

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