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Anteriolisthesis and recommended surgery for the same - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   i m from i m suffering with anteriolisthesis(grade 1) L4 over L5 i m adviced to go in for surgery as fast as possible wat should i do
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   May i know you age?
User :   can any neurosurgeon cunsult me
User :   47
Doctor :   How long you have this?
Doctor :   Do you have any pain in the lower bcak?
User :   2yrs
Doctor :   Did you have any fracture detected?
Doctor :   Which place are you from?
Doctor :   Treatment options include interbody fusion and surgical instrumentation techniques.
User :   my mri findings showsgrade 1 anteriolisthesis(degenerative) of L4 over L5 with diffuse anular buldge of L4 L5 disc with upward migration and compression of L5 exiting nerve roots>Lt. tendency to block vertebra L3 and L4
Doctor :   I can help you to get an expert opinion from our specialsits
Doctor :   ok
User :   yeah sure
Doctor :   Where are you from?
User :   i want a neurosurgeon
Doctor :   You can get opinion via phone or email
User :   how
User :   should i give my e mail id or phone no??
Doctor :   No use the icon that says, ask the specialist
Doctor :   and register by making the required payment
Doctor :   The treatments are: physical therapy, or chiropractic and wearing support(corset) for grade 1 and 2
User :   should i go in 4 an operation
Doctor :   In anterolisthesis, the upper vertebral body is positioned abnormally compared to the vertebral body below it. More specifically, the upper vertebral body slips forward on the one below.
Doctor :   That depends on your stage ,symptoms and progress to non surgical treatment
Doctor :   Are you overweight?
Doctor :   Did you have an history of trauma or fall?
User :   no
Doctor :   ok
User :   might b
Doctor :   The amount of slippage is graded on a scale from 1 to 4. Grade 1 is mild (20% slippage), while grade 4 is severe (100% slippage).
Doctor :   Symptoms can vary depending on whether the slippage is enough to pinch the nerve roots .
Doctor :   Symptoms can involve movement or problems feeling sensations (such as heat, cold, pain, position in space, etc.), loss of control of bowels or bladder, pain and poor posture.
Doctor :   The slippage often occurs as a result of bone fractures.
Doctor :   But you are having an degenerative one
User :   so wat do u consult me to do?
Doctor :   The treatment is to be given by neurosurgeons and ortho surgeons
Doctor :   From where are you taking treatment?
Doctor :   Are you from?
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
User :   which doc is the best for me
User :   in blore
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   wait A MINUTE
User :   i want a neurosurgeon not an ortho. one plz consult me a neurologist
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   ok
User :   i want to consult dr cn i get his phone no?
Doctor :   which clinic?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   'Wait
Doctor :   He is available at
Doctor :   Contact and fix appointment
User :   cn i get hz phone no?
User :   giv hz email id??
Doctor :   His personal number is not available
Doctor :   butb using the above no u can fix appointment
Doctor :   His mobile number is also there
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