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Thread: Removal of a section of spinal cord - affect on a future cure?

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    Dr. Young

    Can you please give me some comments on the pictures, what do you think about the way that he press the spinal cord, is that normal ?

    Please give me some comments !

    Thanks in advance
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    Maybe a stupid cuestion but what doe you think about mijn spinal cord is it in a bad shape. What can you tell me from what you see ? What is you Opinion obout it
    Last edited by Johnnie Walked; 03-29-2012 at 07:42 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie Walker View Post
    Maybe a stupid cuestion but what doe you think about mijn spinal cord is it in a bad shape. What can you tell me from what you see ? What is you Opinion obout it
    Johnnie,

    I don't think that the MRI shows that your spinal cord is in "bad shape". I generally don't think that MRI's provide accurate information about how severe the damage is. What MRI's are very important is showing compression of the spinal cord.

    There is a new form of the MRI called diffusion tension imaging (DTI). We have been employing that in our trials in Hong Kong, because they show the white matter coming up to the injury site (and crossing over). We want to see regeneration.

    Wise.

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    No Wise, I didn't mean no MRI, I meant the pictures from my sugery on my post nr. 15 and 16
    Please look at the pictures at nr. 15 and 16

    Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie Walker View Post
    No Wise, I didn't mean no MRI, I meant the pictures from my sugery on my post nr. 15 and 16
    Please look at the pictures at nr. 15 and 16

    Thanks in advance
    Your spinal cord in the pictures do not look like it is in "bad shape" either. Are you thinking that your spinal cord was being treated roughly in the surgery? A lot of surgeons push the spinal cord around like this in surgery. I don't think that it does the spinal cord much harm as long as it is being done slowly and gently. Unfortunately, you can't see how fast it is being done with still pictures.

    Wise.

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    Thank you so much, Doc
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