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Has anyone on here ever gradually became a quadrapoligic that has myelomalacia?


  • Jonny ZeroJonny Zero Posts: 69
    edited 08/31/2014 - 3:41 AM
    Mike, that is a remarkably unhelpful post. Do you have cord compression? How bad is it? That's like saying you haven't eaten, but not saying anything about how LONG you haven't eaten. We're left to infer, from what u think is Myelomalacia, that the compression is serious? What is your situation? We need more info if u want the proper answers, but remember, we are not Doctors and everyone's situation is different. Have you spoken to any medical Advisors about your situation? What do they say?

    4 Level (C5-T2) Posterior Instrumented Fusion w/ Decompression (Car Accident in January 2014)
    And I can't forget that I'm not ashamed, to be the person that I am today.
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