EJC wrote:Be careful what you read in the Daily Mail, consider it the newspaper version of Fox News.
blossom wrote:... i need a game plan ... what i was asking was do you think first remove the spurs and correct the stenosis endroscopic then correct the jaws or vice versa. i just need reassurance i guess i don't wanna mess up...
NZer1 wrote:So GP Tim has asked my to ask you if you know if there is a specific MRI technoque sequence or methodology for the dx of Chiari?
What Tim will do is ask the Radiologist who on his bio says that his interests are in head and neck radiology and CSF flows amongst other things. What Tim needs to know is whether there is anything that we need to ask for to get the best images for dx of Chiari...*So the question is; Is there a specific technique (eg, slice spacing's, sagital etc) for MRI to dx Chiari and can normal horizontal MRI detect Chiari zero or One malformations, so that we can ask this Radiologist or an Upright MRI Radiologist to take the films I need to have done for dx on Chiari?
blossom wrote:... like you said endroscopic surgery has come a long way-i'm sure fine tuned more than 20 yrs. ago.
so far none of the places i've talked to have an upright mri. i would think they should. do you feel that will catch everything they should with a reg. mri?
when i get this done i don't want those suckers growing back. got any suggestions to help prevent that or restenosis?
i know you said and i know that the results may not be everything i want. but, onetime you mentioned that my problems there is where the arms and legs can be effected. if i understood right. so, we know no guarantees...
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