what is spinal stenosis of unspecified region?

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Answered: What is Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis occurs in the neck (cervical stenosis) or in the lower back (lumbar stenosis). In spinal stenosis, the nerves within the spine are compressed. In lumbar stenosis, the symptoms are usually leg pain or sciatica. Cervical stenosis can be much more dangerous, since the spinal cord ...

Answered: Does spinal stenosis surgery require an overnight stay?

It depends on which vertebrae are effected, if the vertebrae is being removed, etc. For the most accurate answer, ask the surgeon who is performing the procedure. DON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK QUESTIONS!!! It's your body and you should go in to this with both eyes open and above all else, remember these ...

Answered: What is bipolar unspecified?

Types of Bipolar Depression There are five major types of bipolar depression and each has a fairly specific description and set of symptoms. They are: They are: Bipolar Disorder I – you typically have had at least one known incident of mania/mixed mood and (in some cases) depression. You have ...

Answered: RLS or Stenosis

Here is the web site from the Mayo Clinic about spinal stenosis. There is no mention of RLS, but I would ask your doctor this question. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/spinal-stenosis/ds00515
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Spinal Stenosis

Hi Shortstop, I have had minimally invasive back surgery, but for a herniated disc, not spinal stenosis. I could barely walk for 6 months. My herniated disc was pressing on 2 different nerves running down my left leg. I came home the same day. I would have thought a miracle had happened. I ...

Spinal Stenosis

Here are some links that have information about spinal stenosis. Medline Plus Spine-Health Spine Universe

How did the Midwestern region get the nickname "America's Heartland"?

The heart is in the middle of the body. The midwest is in the middle of America.

Looking for X stop surgery Feedback

I have severe spinal stenosis. I had physical therapy, steroid injections 4 times and none helped. I then had the x-stop surgery, and unfortunately I am one of the 5% of patients that it did not help at all. My pain hits really fast and I barely make it to a chair or bed or I will pass out ...