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Can spinal disk herniation cause gastrointestinal problem?

Can spinal disk herniation cause gastrointestinal problem?

Yes: Certain lumbar disc herniations can result in the lose of bowel control. When this occurs it is a major emergent problem and requires emergent surgery. ...Read more

Dr. Larry Armstrong
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Spinal Cord Disease (Definition)

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Can cervical radiculopathy and intervertebral disc disorder with myelopathy, cervical region cause bladder problems?"

Can cervical radiculopathy and intervertebral disc disorder with myelopathy, cervical region cause bladder problems?"

Yes, it can: Based on the information provided -- intervertebral disc disorder with myelopathy in the cervical region can cause bladder dysfunction as the spinal cord is compressed by the disc. ...Read more

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Can disc herniation cause disabity?

Can disc herniation cause disabity?

Yes: Disk herniation may cause pain, numbness and weakness limiting activity and work. You may have to reduce the number of hours and stop working all together. Fortunately disk herniations are treated well by endoscopic spine surgery. This minimally invasive procedure is with a small video camera inserted through a pen sized tube. This allows direct visualization and removal of the disk. ...Read more

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Can cervical arthiritis cause vertigo?

Can cervical arthiritis cause vertigo?

Yes: Cervical arthritis can interrupt the blood flow of the vertebral arteries within the foramen transverarum, as one turns the neck, and thus, a transient ischemic attack. Some older literature in the early 20th century describes a syndrome termed barre-leio, which was thought to affect autonomic nerves in the neck after trauma or arthritis. Some docs still use the term "cervical vertigo". ...Read more

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What causes most cervical myelopathy?

What causes most cervical myelopathy?

Neck arthritis: Myelopathy from spinal cord pressure is usually from disk bulges or herniations, bone spurs, ligament thickening from the degeneration ("aging") process ("arthritis" or spondylosis). People born with small canals and tendency for degeneration are more likely to get it than people born with large canals (the channel for the spinal cord). ...Read more

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Can a herniated disc cause neuropathy?

Can a herniated disc cause neuropathy?

Agreed: It may be semantics, but when a disc herniation occurs, it presses on a nerve root and not a nerve. We call this radiculopathy. Neuropathy occurs further from the spine and often implies a non-compressive origin (although it can be compressive). ...Read more

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Can cervical spondylosis, if left untreated, cause lumbar spondylosis?

Can cervical spondylosis, if left untreated, cause lumbar spondylosis?

No: Cervical spondylosis has nothing to do with the lumbar one. Both can co-exist, though, but none is caused by the presence of the other. ...Read more

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Could severe cervical degenerative disc disease cause or contribute to TMJ?

No...: It will be a separate issue........The disease for which you are taking Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine)...may cause it. ...Read more

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Can hematomacrosis cause neurological symptoms?

Can hematomacrosis cause neurological symptoms?

Yes in some people: Hemochromatosis damages the liver and heart, causes diabetes and sexual organ dysfunction; and in some patients is felt to cause neurological or psychiatric disorders such as impaired memory, mood swings, severe irritability, depression, etc... ...Read more

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Please can constipation cause lumbar stenosis?

Please can constipation cause lumbar stenosis?

Not at all.: Narrowing of lumbar spine/ stenosis is usually from degeneration or arthritis of the spine related to aging. Ask your dr for the cause of your constipation. U may need a colonoscopy if it persists. Best wishes! http://www.Medicinenet.Com/script/main/mobileart.Asp?Articlekey=84876 http://www.Ehow.Com/how_4621539_treat-constipation-natural-remedies.Html. ...Read more

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Could advanced cervical spinal stenosis cause vagus nerve damage?

Could advanced cervical spinal stenosis cause vagus nerve damage?

Vagus nerve / spine: Spinal stenosis should not affect the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is safely outside of the spinal canal. In spinal stenosis, it is the spinal canal that becomes narrowed. ...Read more

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Can parachuting cause degenerative disc disease?

Can parachuting cause degenerative disc disease?

Yes: As you have likely heard, it is not the fall but the landing. Repetitive forceful drops can be transmitted to the spine and accelerate normal wear and tear. ...Read more

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Could loss of cervical lordosis /cervical stenosis cause fasiculations ?

Yes: these can occur when a motor nerve is being pinched or they can be totally unrelated to any disease. Check with a good neurologist if they are bothering you. ...Read more

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Could scoliosis cause sciatica?

Could scoliosis cause sciatica?

Possibly: If the scoliosis is causing the nerve to be pinched exiting the spine it can be the cause. Also people that have scoliosis for a long time will develop arthritis faster in those areas of spine and can cause sciatica symptoms as well. ...Read more

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Can degenerative changes in spine cause hyperreflexia?

Can degenerative changes in spine cause hyperreflexia?

Most do not: If spinal cord impinged, however, some problems may occur. Be seen and discuss re neurologist consult. ...Read more

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Can cervical spondylosis cause muscle weakness in extremities?

Can cervical spondylosis cause muscle weakness in extremities?

Yes: In some cases, cervical spondylosis results in a narrowing of the space needed for the spinal cord or nerve roots. If this occurs, your symptoms may include numbness and weakness in the arms, hands, and fingers. Trouble walking, loss of balance, or weakness in the hands or legs. Muscle spasms in the neck and shoulders. ...Read more

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Could spinal/back problems cause leg weakness?

Could spinal/back problems cause leg weakness?

Yes, : If a ruptured disc compressing a spinal nerve going to the leg, weakness affecting those muscles could be acquired. Spinal stenosis, which is widespread might cause weakness in both legs. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Bolesta
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Myelopathy (Definition)

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