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t12 l1 Calcified

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,622
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:31 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Hey there mates!

Just trying again to see if anyone has found a surgeon that will perform this surgery. Been through 5 Neurosugeons now.

T12 L1 Calcified Disc (transversve laminectomy?)

Thanks
RJS
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  • What do the NS's tell you-if anything? I've had many calcifications removed from the bones in my feet,but not in my spine.Even w/the feet it took hours in the OR and many rods and pins-the rods are still in my heel..and casts each time.I've had several of these type of operations,but can't imagine even one on my spine.

    Are they giving you any suggestions at all?
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