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... I would NEVER allow the surgery without being kept at least overnight. With the medical malpractice what it is today no doctor should even suggest OUTPATIENT SURGERY when it comes to major surgery. Do not allow them to do this to you, you deserve to be watched overnight for any complications ------------------ Jackie *************** Left paramedian subligamentous... (14 replies)
Wierd sensations
Oct 29, 2010
... needles over my entire upper back and chest. I finally just had an MRI on my neck and I spinal stenosis here now too. ... (4 replies)
... You were spot on from when you said 'But from your description of symptms I'm not sure that is the cause. It's more likely the compression of the nerve roots. ... (6 replies)

... thiere is mild disc desiccation with mild diffuse posterior central bulging disc and mild facet hypertrophy, resulting in mild spinal stenosis. No significat foraminal narrowing is seen. There is a 1cm hemangioma within the l4 vertebra body. ... (9 replies)
... large disc extrusions, I'm at high risk for paralysis if I so much as fall and slightly hit my head or neck so surgery was scheduled immediately to decompress spinal cord. This was VERY scary to hear!!! Maybe you should go back to your GP and find out if surgery is the right thing for you. Good luck!! ... (14 replies)
... L5. The disc spaces are otherwise within normal limits. The visualized spinal cord and conus medullaris are unremarkable. ... (5 replies)
... Please forgive me for making a mess of this board as I find it hard to navigate any board. Carol (25 replies)
... C6 there is disc osteophyte complex that is pushing into the spinal cord, and causing a narrowing of the spinal canal....This is described as moderate. ... (25 replies)
... From what's in the report there doesn't appear to be any significant nerve pinching or compression on the spinal cord. ... (6 replies)
... have emergency surgery scheduled in a couple days. I am terrified but the doctor said if I don't have surgery, I will be a quad. Anytime they operate around the spinal cord, there are major risks and the complications are severe. ... (10 replies)
... I have cervical spondylosis too and I'm only 50. I also have OA in my knees. feet and shoulders. It's not that painful yet and I've had surgeries to remove bone spurs or to clean out arthritic joints which had helped. My knees are not that bad-I had arthroscopic surgery in March for another issue and he cleaned the joint out while in there. As for the epidurals-my surgeon... (46 replies)
... of the cases of spinal problems but in recent years, it has become far more prevalent and starting at a much earlier age. ... (46 replies)
... t times that my equialibrium is off and I get dizzy but I do not fall, he dx me with TOS. I have read other posts here and when you do not feel pain and you have compression on the actual spine its not good. ... (15 replies)
... and I thought it came from compression deformity at the anterior superior aspect of the C5 vertebra. So, I need some clarification and I guess I have to get me a doctor. ... (3 replies)
... heights are preserved and no vertebral compression fracture is seen. ... (10 replies)
... MRI says there is straightening of the normal lordotic curvature. There is no acute compression deformity. There is a loss of signal within the disc space but no significant loss of disc height. ... (6 replies)
Myelomalacia ??
Jul 8, 2006
... with spurs creating a compression of the cervical cord. ... (9 replies)

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