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... This is what I found on Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. ... (3 replies)
... T9..I have what they consider Chiari O or Borderline Chiari...with no herniation. I have a lot of symptoms myself many what you described including facial pain...Have you tried Tramadol? ... (7 replies)
... I was hoping that you might be able to help me answer some questions that I have. I had an MRI done of my thoracic spine about a week ago and I read the results when I picked them up to take them to my doctor. ... (0 replies)

... S1. It also says, "syrinx present in upper thoracic cord from level T4 down to upper part of T6. Measures 4. ... (0 replies)
... Syrinx decompression surgery a year ago. Did great! Until a month ago when a bunch of similar symptoms came rushing back super fast. ... (0 replies)
... one done and needed the cervical mri instead but i thought the doctor knew his stuff and didn't argue and had it done. Then the doctor gave me a referral for the thoracic and cervical mri. I pretty much found the cheepest place about an hour and a half away. I was told by other people i was lucky to find it so cheep. ... (12 replies)
Aug 17, 2003
... I have had all the symptoms of Syringomyelia since I was 5 years old, I am now 40. ... (7 replies)
... is the first in line in the Thoracic spine. ... (5 replies)
Cyst Confusion
Nov 13, 2012
... Curious as to how you found out about the cysts. I was told that I had a syrinx in my spinal cord and it turned out to be edema MTA: Syrinx= pockets of fluid also make sure you get a second opinion (which is what I did well actually I got 2 other opinions) (2 replies)
... there are no signal abnormalities identified to suggest a demyelinating process such as MS, myelitis, myelomalacia or a cervical cord syrinx at any level. There is slight prominence of the central canal of the spinal cord... The cervicomedullary junction is normal. ... (10 replies)
... The cervical cord as well as cervicomedullary junction reveal no intra or extramedullary mass. No cord syrinx is present. ... (7 replies)
... The posterior fossa unremarkable with no Chiari malformation. Cervical and upper thoracic cord normal in size with normal signal throughout. No syrinx. The vertebral bodies are normal in height. ... (6 replies)

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