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anybody see what i see in the pics/mri

no sleepnno sleep Posts: 7
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:31 AM in Scoliosis

below is image of my spine ct looks a bit bendy to me this is after motorbike accedent having trouble getting treatment



  • Bear in mind that no on on this forum is qualified to read MRI, CT or xray reports. I am NOT a doctor, BUT it looks like retro-scoliosis (or is it dextro?). Have you had a professional read these for you?

    I especially love the "Love Grips". I hope YOU were the one who put that on it and not a doctor or radiologist!

    Take care!!

  • is it posabil to have a curve in spine related to accident.

    have found a neorosurgen who will treat me and await payment from insurance company a load off my mind. its good news because on public health system i have to wait 9 mths for emg. had my pre op today for internal euretherotomy today going in on monday to have it done finally be able to pee properly after about a week of healing if all goes well
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  • anything is possible. BUT, I would not jump to any conclusions until after speaking with a doctor. Do you have any xrays or MRIs from BEFORE the accident to compare and make a determination as to whether it is caused by the accident? That would be the deciding factor.

    Either way - good luck! Hope everything turns out to work in your favor! Especially the diagnosis and treatment part.

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