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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help u?
User :   HALLO SIR
User :   DEAR SIR ,
MY MRI INDICATES AS FOLLOWS:-
1. DESICCATION OF L3-L4 ALONG WITH CENTRAL AND RIGHT PARACERTRAL DISC HERMIATION INDENTING THE THECAL SAC AND RIGHT TRAVERSING NERVE ROOT.
2. DISICCIATION OF L4-L5 WITH A DIFFUSE DISC BULGE JUST INDENTING THE THECAL SAC.

IS IT NECESSATY TO GO FOR SURGARY OF MY SPINAL CORD OR IT MAY BE CURE BY SOMETHING ELSE ?
IS THIS SPINEL SURGERY IS SUCESSFULL IN INDIA SPECIALILY IN ARMED FORCED HOSPITALS?

PLZ. ANS ME SOON MY E-MAIL ID IS YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :  
hi
User :   DEAR SIR ,
MY MRI INDICATES AS FOLLOWS:-
1. DESICCATION OF L3-L4 ALONG WITH CENTRAL AND RIGHT PARACERTRAL DISC HERMIATION INDENTING THE THECAL SAC AND RIGHT TRAVERSING NERVE ROOT.
2. DISICCIATION OF L4-L5 WITH A DIFFUSE DISC BULGE JUST INDENTING THE THECAL SAC.

IS IT NECESSATY TO GO FOR SURGARY OF MY SPINAL CORD OR IT MAY BE CURE BY SOMETHING ELSE ?
IS THIS SPINEL SURGERY IS SUCESSFULL IN INDIA SPECIALILY IN ARMED FORCED HOSPITALS?

PLZ. ANS ME SOON MY E-MAIL ID IS YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :  
u should go for surgery
User :   ANY OTHER WAY
Doctor :  
no
User :   THANKS SIR
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