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... Welcome to the board. I will start by explaining a few basic terms, so, hopefully, in the future you will be able to better understand the language of the MRI. ... (1 replies)
... Got a the impingement on the spinal CORD or the spinal NERVES? ... (7 replies)
... There is reversal of the usual cervical lordosis. There are advanced changes of cervical spondylosis. ... (2 replies)

... that is just barely touching the spinal cord. I am not talking the thecal sac, it is indenting through the thecal sac and now just barely touching the spinal cord itself. ... (3 replies)
MRI Results
Jan 17, 2008
... so sorry you are having problems. You are in the right place to talk to others with same issues. ... (3 replies)
... I had my ACDF on May 26. It was very successful in that it alleviated my neck pain. However, it didn't alleviate my shoulder, arm and hand pain. ... (25 replies)
... yr. Prior to that, 5 years on Crestor 40 mg. ... (161 replies)
... What a sad story and what a complicated and miserable time you are having. Having opinions from two separate physicians before surgery is the best thing to do, but since your surgery is already done, I would say change neurosurgeons and also see a neurologist. ... (4 replies)
Another Fusion
Jul 5, 2012
... well the Ct Mylegram showed no impingement on the spinal cord. If thowed some degeneration but that's it. ... (23 replies)
Stress and acdf
Nov 19, 2004
... Thank you for your kind words . Although I am sorry to hear of your discomfort it is at the same time encouraging to know that I'm not alone during this recovery period. ... (8 replies)
... I had arm symptoms and neck cracking and popping before the surgery. I have the screws and post in place. ... (25 replies)
... Not an expert, but I would think that you need to consider the amount of impingement of the spinal cord. A small amount, you may have the option to wait, try other things if you want. But if you have significant impingement you should consider surgery. ... (5 replies)
... It helps to know just a bit about basic spinal anatomy. Your spine consists of bony vertebrae that protect the spinal cord and nerve roots. The vertebrae are separated by spongy disks that allow movement but provide cushioning. ... (7 replies)
... cently applied for vocational rehab and they sent me to all these drs and paid for everything and mris bone scans, now shows my disc buldging is pressing on my spinal cord, in 2011 it was NOT that bad..but the neurologist i saw said it was not that bad and referred me to a neurosurgeon.. ... (2 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... should I be worried about the radiculopathy ? ... (75 replies)
... Let me get one thing out of the way, first. I certainly hope that the sports you want to return to do NOT include MMA. ... (29 replies)
... i seriously would simply STOP seeing ANYMORE "ologists" here and go right TO a much more highly trained neurosurgeon for the best possible 'impression" from someone who actually even goes inside a persons spinal areas that ologists simply don't? ... (3 replies)
... Inside the thecal sac is where the spinal cord lies. Compression on the thecal sac usually doesn't cause the problem. ... (4 replies)
... I appreciate your taking the time to type all that. ... (14 replies)
... hands. At the onset my left arm ached, a deep bone chilling ache, which caused me to eat a lot of Tylenol. ... (13 replies)

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