A 34-year-old female asked:
Broad based r. paracentral disc protrusion, obliteration of thecal sac. numb/tingle arm/hand, tinglin/dizzy from back of head to forehead, pain, bad?
1 doctor answer • 1 doctor weighed in
Thoracic Surgery 54 years experience
Paracentral disc protrusion: Obviously you saw a specialist, your condition requires removal of the protrusion, as is beginning to compress the spine. And the greater occipital nerves. I noted your medications.
Please take it seriously, see a orthopedic surgeon, get his opinion.
Now days surgery is minimally invasive, and the results are good. Make an appointment today.
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Last updated May 18, 2016
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