can nerve damage result from bone marrow biopsy and aspirations?

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Answered: Nerve damage from brain surgery

Brain surgery does not, generally speaking cause nerve damage. At least in the sense of most peripheral neuropathies. Brain surgery can injure/destroy the interpretive centers or the motor centers. If you want anything beyond idle speculation, it would behoove you to describe the brain surgery and ...

Answered: During radiation treatment for prostrate cancel the radiation damaged my

I am so sorry to hear about your troubles. To my understanding, the amount of time it takes a nerve to heal depends on the severity of the damage. I would urge you to follow up with the physician who is taking care of you to get more information and ensure there are no serious complications ...

Answered: What to do with nerve pain that is caused from ...

Malpractice regarding pain is hard to prove.

Answered: Abnormal subchondral cystic & bone marrow edema

Marie- I think that your surgeons want you to think that this is way too serious. After all, if they cannot persuade you to have surgery, paying for their Escalades, could become problematic. And why did you have this test (Xray, CT, MRI ?) in the first place? You need to have a discussion with ...

Answered: Needle biopsy results

Thank you for your quick response, however my question pertains to the sliced tissue. Can the tissue be tainted by being bloody? We are told that the results were inconclusive because the tissue was too bloody.
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Bone marrow donation?

this is the operational process: The marrow is removed through a hollow surgical needle inserted several times into the iliac crest (back of the pelvic bone). All donors receive either general or regional anesthesia. The typical donation procedure can last from 45-90 minutes. Since marrow constantly ...

What does it mean to have an inconclusive bone marrow test result?

It means there were no conclusions drawn from the results.

What kind of doctor do I go to to check for nerve ...

Yikes! I would suggest you go see your primary doctor to get the right information. In addition, you will most likely need a referral anyways. You may want to talk to a medical malpractice lawyer as well. So sorry to hear. Good luck.

Mild marrow heterogeneity

As in bone marrow? There are normally more that one type of cell that is maturing in the marrow. Could you type out the path report for us and not just the bottom line?