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... uation is once a 'process called myelomalacia sets in as anatural part of the cord damage process, i know in my case, i could NOT EVEN see anymore at my one year MRI what DID show up as the damaged areas on my two month post op MRI? ... (13 replies)
... may very well have been there in the MRI but was not noted in the report but is visible. Most neurosurgeons read their own MRI's apart from the report they get. ... (4 replies)
... hi i am just wondering how any of your chiro adjustments actually went here considering you now have myelopathy? ... (6 replies)

... Hi All, I am new here and desperatly looking for help. Sorry for the length. Here is a bit of my history if it helps. In 2002 I had a 2 level ACDF on C4 through C6. ... (5 replies)
... Bruce can relate to ... I remember my husband telling me to relax and turn around because I was always turned looking out the back window when we drove, waiting for a fender bender. But I always wanted to be safe than sorry. Anway, here is the answers to some of your other questions ... ... (36 replies)
... My story is kind of weird. For the LONGEST time, my left hand has been pretty numb most of the time, and VERY numb some of the time. ... (9 replies)
... So, after that long preamble, last week my GP ordered an MRI, and I have the results with me, but I can't make sense of them! ... (3 replies)
... Hi Joanne....sorry I'm just getting to your MRI results now but I had a bad weekend myself....go to see if I have surgery on Wednesday. ... (21 replies)
... The last MRI I had was in Jan '09. I was told there were white spots on my brain, but I've been told that before. I've been told it WASN'T MS, so I didn't need to worry. ... (6 replies)
... Started to experience slight tingling sensation on the toes of my right foot. Put it down to sitting at computer too long so started exercising more. ... (4 replies)
... IS herniated on my new MRI from yesterday and that the cord seems mildly indented. I am not sure what that means, but I just hope SOMETHING can be done because the pain is excruciating. ... (4 replies)
... it was a really really negligent and sick thing to actually inflict upon someone for life. i also have RSD too and it is hellish at times. ... (9 replies)
... Even more incredulous, however, is the character and spirit of the veterans that post on this board. I didn't pay attention to how long you have been posting on these boards, but I'd include you in that category! ... (5 replies)
Surgery set
Dec 3, 2008
... Marcia, I have the MRI results under a post here some where. ... (17 replies)
... i can still remeber how my shoulder ands that whole area even up thru the base of my skull kept feeling soo overtightened for so long while actually going thru the hands on part of PT that you were just not able to do becasue of the other problems. ... (8 replies)
Spinal stenosis
Jun 11, 2007
... was there anything else on your MRI that showed up other than just the stenosis itself? ... (15 replies)
... said he would have to look at the films and doesnt remember it being herniated. Well, the truth is it was indeed herniated and he just "forgot". He then sent me for an emg which revealed carpal tunnel in both hands but failed to put needles in the cevical spine which I believe did not give a true test result. ... (6 replies)
Neck issues
Apr 8, 2015
... ll the information that you many not write down or recall yourself. It is a very emotional time when you decide to have surgery. I know that I was bone on bone for 5 years prior to accepting the fact that I needed surgery. Mine was going to be either a 2 or 3 level fusion. Luckily they only needed to fuse 2 levels. ... (8 replies)
... posting a lot recently on the MS board regarding recent concerns that may be MS related. However, my discussion and questions ultimately seemed more appropriate for spinal cord disorders. ... (6 replies)
... re "ranked" as being "mild". The 4 levels of severity are minimal, mild, moderate and severe and most spine surgeon will not touch you until you are "severe". As for the cord compression, believe it or not, the cord can take a lot of compression if it goes slowly. ... (9 replies)

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