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Micro vascular decompression - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello doctor , My husband have been suffering from the hemifacial spasm for 8 year, and he is afraid to do the MVD , I read the the Catalyst thearapy might be helful for his case please help.
Doctor :   Hi,
User :   Hi doctor
User :   can you please help me with my above question
Doctor :   yes,
Doctor :   May i know has the cause of the spasm made out ?
Doctor :   i mean the exact diagnosis
User :   No specific cause
User :   it's a hemifacial spasm problem
Doctor :   ok,i agree its most of times its idiopathic
Doctor :   and may i know where exactly you are planning for catalyst therapy
User :   I read there is in India, this is the only place they cure the hemifacial problem, I didn't find other place
Doctor :   yes i do know about it , its in Kerala state if i am not wrong
Doctor :   it has few good results
Doctor :   you can try
User :   no it's in Gujarat
Doctor :   oh , ok
Doctor :   fine , you can take him for the same
User :   Ok Thank you
Doctor :   but the better results have been recorded with surgeries like micro vascular decompression
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