uprightdoc wrote:If she had classic signs and symptoms with lesions in the brain and cervical cord she most likely had MS. Cervical lesions however, tend to be more progressive and disabling. I can't think of any major signs or symptoms associated with MS, however, that would benefit from surgically straightening the lower spine. It would have little if any impact on the brain and cervical cord and spine. It is highly unlikely that it would have affected cerebral or cranial nerve signs and symptoms such as: optic neurtitis, diplopia, nystagmus, trigeminal neuralgia, dizziness, intention tremors, spasms, fatigue, ataxia, numbness and tingling or muscle weakness in the extremities etc.
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