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T9 and t10 vertebrae

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pressed it kills. It's location is t10. I didn't even notice it until she pressed on it. What is going on? It doesn't hurt right now unless I press on it. Only on right side, not on left side. Please note, it doesn't ...

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My wife has a severe fracture of T5 with bone fragments effecting the spinal cord . She is unable to walk or stand on her own. It has effected her blader and cannot urinate on her own. ...

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disc. He really didn't say what to do only that it would heal on.it's own. He also said he thought my fall was caused by over medicated.I have a pain pump. I haven't been to the bathroom since I fell ...

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If someone has a hemangioma at T7, does this cause pain in the mid back and neck, dizziness , lack of oxygen to the brain, and episodes of passing out? What type of doctor is recommended to treat this type ...

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My MRI showed abnormalities in bone marrow in T5 vertebrae what does this mean I am having a biopsy on wed. is it always cancer? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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My father has survived Potts disease twice, he has had two major back surgery s and now the 10th vertebrae is detreating. Our biggest fear is the disease will back and at 80 he cannot fight that again ...

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I fractured my t6 vertebrae april 22 emerge drs didnt notice it and sent me home two weeks later my dr called me and sent me for more xrays and i am now waiting for an appt that isnt until nov 7 Ive ...

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I am reading your article on Cracked T10 vertabrea....I have just returned home from hospital having cracked my T10, what happened to me was..... I fell from a third floor to second floor through ...

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a recent thoracic spine MRI showed a small Schmorl s node at T9/10 and also at T8/9 and minor prominence of the pelvicalyceal system of the right kidney. what does this mean? could it be the cause of my ...

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hi doctor , i have been suffering form mild back pain at level t8 t9 in about 4 months .iam ... one press on it i feel some relief also i feel pain exactly inside the vertebra ...

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hi, I had a MRI done this is the results. at the t9-t10 level there is a small paracentral disc protrusion seen just medial to the left t10 pedicle resulting in MOD. narrowing of the t9-t10 neural foramen ...

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and indentation of bilateral lateral nerve roots. 3- Schmorl s nodes seen in the L2 vertebra 4- T1/T2 hyperintense signal abnormality noted in S1 vertebra. Regards, Sri. ...

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Hi, I have Fish mouthed vertebrae, bones floating around in the knee (one is actually stuck in the joint) diabetes, hypothyroidism. tsh levels are okay,t4 free was high, parathyroid was fine testosterone ...

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Have severe pain in T6/7 vertebrae and shoulder pain. Been doing the tennis ball pressure point massage. This turns the tennis balls in to egg shape. My muscles contract and relax and never stop doing ...

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problem in moving his legs also his lower portion shows less sensitivity. MRI shows compression of t8 bone of vertebra(just behind chest). Doctors suggest surgery. Please tell me that isn t there any chance ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Ask your primary doc for a referral to a pain specialist

doctor1 MD

might be slip disc or simple nerve entrapment. evaluate with MRI.

doctor1 MD

it depends on type of fractiure,but you may need orthosis for immobilisation