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1966715 tn?1333295491
Any1 w/chestpain? &cervical Mri results
wondering if any1 else experienced pre/post op continuous chest pain?
Mri Cervical
small hemangiomia involving t3 verterbral body
evedence of suboccipital craniectomy defect,craniocervical junction is patent
level of c5-c6,annular disc bulge which midly flattens the ventral aspect of thecal sac
otherwise appears unremarkable
Is this Normal?
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1925822 tn?1333709217
Well the spine mrt does not really sound what u would call normal.there are so many termini u have to get explained by a specialist.sometimes chiarian have more things going on and u cannot all blame it on chiari as such.the chest pain is there always?does her heart rate increase standing up?cheast pain with increasing heart rate could be sign for pots...just an idea...i am not a doctor
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620923 tn?1452919248

  I have to agree with irislita as this could indicate POTS if ur BP changes with positional changes, and it could also indicate GERD...many with Chiari have this issue as well.

Post op even more so as the drugs used for surgery trigger it even more.

It may not be chiari but in a round about way u can see a connection..like the  
6 degrees of Kevin Bacon, I think we can also have a 6 degrees to chiari.

  Do get this checked and post an update

    "selma"
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