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Old 03-28-2011, 09:28 AM   #4
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Re: How to find a doctor willing to address my pain?

really sorry for the situation you are being forced into. but i am just wondering exactly what came up 'abnormal' upon the MRI and also that EMG/NCV you had, and what WAS actually tested with those two tests(body areas)? and where exactly was the biopsy taken and what was the ultimate pathology of it, as in it too being 'abnormal'? the more specific info you can give the better advice WE can give you. specific "conditions" simply require more specific pain treatment. Marcia
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