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tollywollyttollywolly Posts: 1
edited 10/01/2014 - 4:16 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
I had a ACDF on c4/c5 in 2011 this is 2014 Im still having pain around my shoulder blade my neck get stiff no ROM I saw a my ct report said postsurgical changes of anterior fusion are seen at C4/C5 The ENT doctor he try to say I had acid reflex cause there was a indention in the front of my neck I try to tell him that its the print of the hardware place in my neck everytime I yawn or laugh the plate would come to the front of my neck. So I made appt. for 3/24/14 to see the Neurosurgeon who did the surgery. Has anyone had this to happen to them


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    You will have to see what the surgeon tells you when you see him for follow up. If you are experiencing ongoing symptoms, returning to the surgeon is where you need to be seen and have him go over the report with you.
    No one here is qualified or permitted to give you advise on a medical report.
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