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Nerve decompression surgery ppt

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Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain MD

I am hoping so. I had nerve decompression surgery (trigeminal &trochlear nerves) on Feb 14th. I ... on complications after this kind of surgery & if what's going on is normal and if and... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Luchuo Engelbert Bain ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  Praveen Tayal MD

Hello, I am a 19 year old who has had a L5 discectomy and release of nerve on 10/17/13 then herniated L4 after the surgery had a second surgery in the same area with removal of a cyst on the... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Praveen Tayal ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Deepashree MD

Can an ENT perform cranial nerve decompression surgery? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Deepashree ( ENT Specialist)
Dr. Naveen Kumar MD

Are you qualified (as an ENT) to perform nerve decompression surgery? Specifically on the trochlear and trigeminal nerves also with entry through top of skull instead of keyhole approach.... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Naveen Kumar ( ENT Specialist)
Dr. Aashish Raghu MD

that the the spinal cord nerve(s) Were being "decompressed" And more importantly that they were NOT "irreversible ... was diagnosed with cervical spondylosis with myelopathy , .that demonstrated itself as... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aashish Raghu ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)

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Dr.  Sunil Kumar Srivastava MD

my dr says I need to have surgery done on my brachial plexus to decompress it said I have nerve lesions on ulnar median radial nerves I have thorassic outlet my question is what is the name ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sunil Kumar Srivastava ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Omer MD

not come up. doctor has recommended for a nerve decompression surgery. Please advice who is the best doctor ...hi could you please suggest a good doctor for Peroneal nerve injury? Patient was... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Omer ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr.   Geldon Fejzo MD

I had orbital decompression surgery (left eye) 3 months ago. The sensory nerve on the left side of my face is still numb, sore, swollen. it has been very difficult because teeth, cheek under eye ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Geldon Fejzo ( Neurologist)
Dr.  Mahaveer Patil MD

Just had L3/4 disk decompression surgery 2 weeks ago. L3 left nerve began hurting one week post op. Inner thigh across above knee and up outer thigh a few inches. It also feels sensitive to touch like ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Mahaveer Patil ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr. Pravin Banodkar MD

Hi, I recently had Posterior Tibial Nerve Decompression surgery on my left foot Nov. 2011 and on my ... both big toenails and was wondering if I should have any concern. I still have a lot of... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Pravin Banodkar ( Dermatologist)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Sunil Kumar Nookala MD

it looks like you might be having psiatic nerve pain for which 1.use of pain killers 2.you need to take rest for 2-3 week on hard bed mostly these will help but in severe cases you need to go for surgery

Dr. Vaishalee Punj MD

It depends on the type of damage. It needs to be assessed whether the lesion is operable or not. Surgeries have side-effects. whatever you go for- weigh the benefits and risks. Do not go for dramatic treatments or...

Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash MD

it is due to nerve irritation. it can be screw or bone fragments irritating nerve.