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... I scraped up half the office visit, my mom paid the other half to see my internist. He's a nice guy, good doc. ... (24 replies)
... I'm sorry about my confusion. I don't think right. I am posting the results below and can you tell me what you think? ... (26 replies)
... While I had some initial relief in my neck pain after that surgery, it was short lived. Scarcely 12 weeks later my symptoms began to return. My neurosurgeon was a jerk and refused to listen to me when I told him I was having problems again. ... (3 replies)

... I'm new to this section, but was on the MS section for awhile. I've had some symptoms where my primary doctor wasn't sure what was going on. I also have Meniere's Disease and had a vestibular neurectomy in 2010 which complicates things. ... (12 replies)
... I stabbed myself in the back several months ago. I'm hypothesizing that these recurring episodes are related because the area of swelling is similar. ... (5 replies)
... level. The conus medullaris is unremarkable in appearance terminating at the T12 level. The congenital size of the spinal canal is within normal limits. No paraspinal masses are seen. ... (0 replies)
... I had an MRI done in Sept. 2009. Here are the results. Not sure what to do next. ... (2 replies)
... lumbar spine mri's. I will try and remember to put the date at the top of each, as none are real current. My goal is to see if any of you can help me figure out what is causing my horrible burning nerve pain at the top back of my left shoulder and throbbing headaches in lower left back of head. ... (11 replies)
... tly K2, jenny and web are really soo much better when it comes to fully describing esp the lower back areas than i am. while i do know the basic layout there and what some of the wordings mean, they seem to be able to simply put it all together in a much more 'understandable" way for YOU? ... (18 replies)
... I wouldn't wory about your neck...the MRI is fairly insignificant but at the end there is a note about a possible mass in your chest behind your aorta and a malignant mass cannot be ruled out by the MRI. You need a chest CT...now! ... (6 replies)
ACDF Surgery
Jun 16, 2015
... Hello Everyone! I hope all is well!!! ... (0 replies)
... Hi guys! I have read many posts form this site in the last year and half and I finally joined but now I feel like I am in a pickle. ... (0 replies)
... Looking for a bit of help. I have a pain level of 7 to 9 on a daily basis. ... (3 replies)
... time student and worker. I have been out of work for three months because of what seemed to be a shoulder injury in my left upper shoulder, causing some uncontrollable shaking in my left bicep and some strong muscle spasms in my upper back and neck. ... (3 replies)
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... There is mucosal thickening involving bilateral maxillary sinuses, ethmoid air cells, sphenoid sinuses. There is a 1 cm small mucous retention cyst within the right sphenoid sinus. Bilateral intraorbital contents are normal. There is lower lying of cerebellar tonsils. ... (8 replies)
... A rehabilitation doc sounds like a Pain Management doc. The PM doc I went to for my arm does a lot of things. He does some diagnostic tests, EMG's and other things. He also would order other tests like MRI's and CT's. ... (56 replies)
... I am only putting the part about the spinal problem here to save time, the report is long. ... (1 replies)
... I have severe tingling on the left side of my body mainly hands, fingers, legs and feet. How large does the mass have to be in order to have complete sensory loss? ... (44 replies)
... Oh ya if you read my postes below you will see that I was confused woundering if it was a spinal injury, The mri that showed s1 nrve impingment and disk protrusion, also had mass effect on the thecal sac, (outer spinal cord casing) this was failed to be mentioned and covered up. This was the first mri that the insurance company would not realease rather only advise portions of. (15 replies)


Associated Tags: acdf, acdf surgery, bulged disc, cervical, cervical spine pain, degenerative, degenerative disc disease, disc, herniated disc, hypertrophy, mri report interpretation, mri results, neck, ortho, pregnancy, spine, syrinx

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