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Posted by Leen on August 22, 2000 at 00:03:10:

My wife, 53 years old, was diag. a year ago with a Cavernous Angioma in her pons.This was removed, after theoperation she was left with L.side Hemiparesis and R. facialpulsie.Her recovering was hopeful, until she got a stroke during Phys.Therp., diagn. fluid in the Medulla (6 months after the operation).A MRI was done, and showed no problems in the operation area, no nchanges in the current MRI. After the stroke, patient has severe Vert. Nastigmus on both eyes. Current problems; severe muscl.spasms in neck and left side, arm-leg.Patient is very sensitive for medicine, can tolerate only very low doce, 15cc of Toredol IM. our Neurologist is running out of solutions. Please help !!!! Regards, Leen El Paso, TX.

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