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Had a bilateral extensive laminectomy with considerable scar tissue. Meaning?

Two years ago I had a bilateral L5-S1 extensive laminectomy with considerable scar tissue with bilateral L5-S1 lumbar discectomy and foraminotomy and bilateral L5-S1 posterior lumbar inter body fusion with ray cage.The surgeon at surgery found marked impingement of very edematous and erythematous left L5 root in foramen on the left from a combination of foraminal collapse and superimposed far lateral herniation,I tried to heal up for about a year,I kept going back to him telling him im still in a lot of pain,he told me he didn t want to see me anymore so I had to go to another neurosurgeon ,he ordered new MRI s and melogram,the results were it s like I never had the surgery at all?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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welcome to hcm,
please discuss with your present doctor and follow his advice for your treatment
you should present before your doctor the previous records including operation notes of former surgeon for evaluation with present report .
hope you get well soon
Answered: Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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