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What will my Neurosurgeon tell me?

Posted 29 Aug 2015 by Rah12345 0 answers

I have recently been diagnosed with a 2mm Syrinx in the Thoracic region of my spine and am being referred to a Neurosurgeon in mid September. I am nervous and scared for this appointment. Symptoms I have include severe chest and back pain on right side, neck pain and stiffness in my right leg, ...

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Posted 6 Sep 2014 by treaser15 6 answers

Syringomyelia - I was diagnosed with a syrinx from C-4 to L-1?

Posted 24 Dec 2012 by shannonallboys 1 answer

... with a herniated disc somewhere around the T-4/T-5 area. My first Neuro guy got angry at me because I had gone to a spine & back specialist (I'd been seeing the first guy for seizures after a car accident/head injury) and was told that the syrinx had been there since I was a child. He ...

Syringomyelia - I was diagnosed with a tiny cervical cord syrinx at C7 level with herniations at?

Posted 28 Aug 2012 by eschurley 1 answer

... C3/4 and C5/6. What problems does the syrinx cause and will it get bigger? How do they treat it? I have severe neck shoulder and arm pain on mostly left side, and less severe in right. Numbness and tingling in left arm and fingers. Which symptoms are coming from the syrinx as opposed to the ...

I need some help just having syringomyelia, can you tell me anything about it?

Posted 22 Sep 2012 3 answers

I am 16 years old and have it from c6-t9 and need anything u can tell me anything

I was Diagnosed with Syringomyelia after an injury in 2008. The pain is severe and I sometimes?

Posted 17 Feb 2012 by AlphaLop 1 answer

... find I have difficulty picking up objects and other manual dexterity issues. (I will feel like I have something in my hand firmly but when I lift/move it sometimes it just drops right out. It really surprises me because it "Feels" like I have a solid grip on it. I am considering the ...

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