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... our obvious dedication to sports and conditioning, I'm sure there will be LOTS of things you can do where you're not inviting your opponents to inflict permanent spinal damage. ... (29 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... Is that nerve root impingement ? ... (75 replies)
... cap very lightly and see how quick,or "brisk' your actual reflexes are. most people with what you have also have the higher than norm reflexes too. i do from my spinal cord damage. its just how the cord affects reflex when damage or direct compressionis present. ... (7 replies)

... E "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)
... Your spinal cord descends out of the base of the brain and into the spinal canal. The spinal canal is inside the vertebrae of the spine at the back of the bone.The much maligned disks are in the front of the vertebrae and in between them as well. ... (27 replies)
... I realized that the symptoms abated somewhat when I put my chin to my chest. Thus, there appeared to be some nerve impingement in my neck. ... (20 replies)
... The spinal cord and visualized posterior fossa contents are normal. No obvious spinal cord lesions, cord expansion, or syrinx cavity. The craniocervical junction is normal. ... (11 replies)
... c4, there is posterior central disc bulging abutting the anterior margin of the thecal sac. There is no cord impingement. The neural foramina are patent. ... (3 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 27, 2010
... jen. mj, the word 'myelomalacia did NOT yet show up in your MRI report, and that IS a GOOD thing since having it at all simply means what jen mentioned with the cord tissue REALLY being impacted beyond maybe the outter layer? ... (75 replies)
... Sorry it took so long to reply! Did you have spinal cord impingement or were your symptoms down your arms? ... (3 replies)
... that you have two conditions that put you in a minority of people with cervical spinal problems. So it's important to understand a little about spinal structure. ... (6 replies)
... Inside the thecal sac is where the spinal cord lies. Compression on the thecal sac usually doesn't cause the problem. ... (4 replies)
... If you had exactly the "right" kind of impingement on your cord, I suppose it might have this effect. ... (7 replies)
... the spinal fluid from around the spinal cord. ... (1 replies)
... the idea is do the surgery before the cord shows signs of damage. ... (10 replies)
... the CSF space posteriorly to suggest cord impingement. ... (5 replies)
... The cervical vertebrae are intact, and there is straightening of the cervical spine. Alignment is normal. The cervical spinal cord appears normal. ... (0 replies)
... Cervical myelopathy with frank cord compression from bony impingement. ... (13 replies)
... tried every treatment available. I'm on my way for my SECOND spinal surgeon appt early August. ... (10 replies)
... C5 due to residual endplate osteophytes. Remaining cervical spinal cord is normal in size and signal without intradural extra medullary lesion. There is no cerebellar tonsillar ectopia. ... (10 replies)


Associated Tags: cervical, degenerative disc disease, fusion, laminectomy, spinal chord compression, stenosis, surgery

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