Adhesive arachnoiditis

What is Adhesive arachnoiditis?

Thickening of the leptomeninges, sometimes with obliteration of the subarachnoid space; commonly related to acute or chronic leptomeningitis of bacterial or chemical origin.

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Are there any better treaments for adhesive Arachnoiditis?

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I understand the suffering you are going through, but unfortunately I have to mention that it is difficult...

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I was diagnosed with severe adhesive arachnoiditis in 1999 after multiple medical traumas to my spine. I am a 58 year old (almost 59) woman. I have...

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Brief Answer:
There are few things you can do to improve symptoms.

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Over a month ago, I had a bad reaction to a drug, and while I was in the kitchen, I passed out and hit my head on cupboard doors and split my head...

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Thank you for your query.

I understand you had undergone multiple spine surgeries.

You had a CT in the emergency room, but you are still...

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