Re: T spine hemangioma stabbing pain
thanks for the vote of confidence there NP. just EXACTLY where is the angioma located, inside your cord or some other place at the T spine? what level of the T are we talking here? knowing the exacting location really really is important. like NP asked above, if you could type out the actual summary at the very end of the MRI report word for word in how the interpretting rad saw it, that would really help us to help you in the very best ways(the way any given rad sees things then words them really does matter alot in some cases).
if for some reason you do not have your own copy of that MRI and any other testing results too, i cannot stress highly enough just how truely important it is that you just obtain your very own copies of all and any testing results that are done on you, espescially having an angioma that can bleed and change in size as well. there are actually many many really good solid reasons that people should always obtain copies of all their own medical records with very real importance upon ANY test results. i keep all of my stuff in an expanding type of folder that i can bring to any doc appt or even the ER if needed. you just have everything right there in one little folder. but you DO need that report if you do not yet have it.
you can very easily obtain any report from the actual facility where you had it done or thru your referring doc too. but just seeing that full summary would help tons right now. this would also include any other hard findings the rad saw as well which could also bring on their own individual types of symptoms, so they are important too. its just every single hard finding the rad saw would be IN that summary. marcia
11-20-01,placement of hardware for failed fusion
9-22-03,removal of cavernous hemangioma that was inside spinal cord. Neuro damage to L hand L leg and R leg.