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I had a cervical fusion surgery 8 years ago and I had another fusion surgery from T10 to L1 with laminactomy 8 moths ago. I have still moderate kyphosis and moderate stenosis with osteopyhtes at T7 and T8 ...

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Hello....My mother has a cervical nerve root impingement; I believe it is known as cervical ... ME ON TREATMENT OF HER CERVICAL NERVE ROOT IMPINGEMENT. WITH MUCH APPRECIATION, XXXXXXX LOVELESS E ...

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hi , i have a problem with my right hand and i was seeking some advise on whom i should see [speciality]

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for about nine months. It started after about 8 months of aggressive working out meant to lose wait. I lost ... attached various photos from same. Curious if these show any thing that would suggest that this is a nerve ...

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stenosis ( AP diameter 8mm} and moderate degree of right foraminal exit zone compromise. There is moderate ... nerve and muscle damage. All of this has presented itself folling a motor vehicle on January 3rd of 2014 ...

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and bed rest . and post that we shall see how we can decompress his nerves and also points out ...Hi , My Dad has been detected with cervical myelopathy , he has got acute knee pain since past 6 ...

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Dear sir, I had an instrumented anterior cervical discectomy & fusion of c3/4, c4/5 back in 2004. Examination Findings: Plain x-rays and the MRI scan of the cervical spine show an large osteophytic disc ...

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hi I am trying to find a new dr I was injury in 2011 with cervical damage disc and nerve and the new dr i am seeing will not prescribed my meds that i have been getting please help i am in pain i ...

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can a pinched cervical nerve cause an elevation in blood pressure? I think i may have 1 or more bulging cervical discs. I have intermittent tingling in one or both hands, and awaken almost daily ...

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have tried physical therapy,and several cortisone shots for cervical pinched nerve.(also arthritis in neck) both provide short term relief, but when my nerve is pinched,it is excruciating ...

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my MRI test result as follows, C5-6 left paracentral protrusion compressing the thecal sac and encroaching the left neural foramen, indenting the left exiting C6 nerve root. left facetal hypertrophy ...

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on 1/8 I had a cervical xray with finding or reverse cervical lordosis along with bony enroachment of moderate degree on the neural foramen of the left fifth cerival nerve. On 1/18 I had a cervical MRI which ...

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Since December 2011, I have had 3 MRI s, 2 Nerve Test, and now I have to see a ENT Specialist for Cervical Lemphadenopathy before Neuro can fix my back and Neck...What is Cervical Lemph?? ...

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was a dead weight. I still have trouble with my neck, when i lift my arms up to wash my hair, i have a nerve pinching in the cervical area. Also when i touch near this vertabrae the nerve pinchesmand sends a sharp ...

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Good day! cervical spondylosis, I am from China , I have cervical spondylosis for five years and I feel dizziness continuity, blurred vision, Autonomic nerve is disorder each day, So I wanna ask you ...

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nerve compression, in the cervical vertebral region.

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may be due to pressure effects on nerves supplying hands as they pass out of cervical vertebra need to investigate for cause' and treat to decompress the nerve

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it is cervical spondylosis. resulted from postural disorder use neck collar apply analgesic ointment and take warm phomantation. for pregnancy you have to avoid analgesic.