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Old 01-17-2012, 09:46 AM   #4
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Re: Possible Unruptured Aneurysm?

not a problem hon. what you have described here just really sounds to be, in my own experiences with c spine crap and history of annies too, much more 'likely, not to mention sooo much more 'common' to spinal problems. any given annie can either show many symptoms or absolutely none too. but i would definitely get the c spine looked at with a deeper scan like a contrasted MRI at the least, just to really try and see what 'may' be your underlying promblem than thinking aneurysm right away. just see what shows or does not show up, K? then you just kinda go from there. and DO please keep me posted. good luck with this,marcia
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