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Back thorasic lessions

Recently my MRI showed a centimeter passion on T 1-12 advance lumbar degeneration of spine with disc degeneration and beginning of advance cervical spine degeneration with disc degeneration. My doctor acts like its nothing and in past been giving raziotomies for pain but last failed. Been doing that since 08.  It seems I'm getting weaker and the radiologist thought I should have a different view of the MRI. Two notes you should know my mother had a rare disease of bone which caused it to shatter, but don't remember the name. It is genetic.  Secondly I suffered DDT poisoning @ 4 when brother poured it down my throat.  I'm conerned with the lack of interest in mission. Have tumors on pancreas inflamed mesenteric artery granulomas in lungs. I'm getting more exhausted each day. Am asthmatic have fibromyalgai and Epstein bar. As well as inflamed fat layer. I suffer night terrors with high functioning sleep walking and driving cars in past. I'm looking for information this back thing is getting worse and I don't think the road I'm on is working. The doctor seems more interested in procedures period
Please help.
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987762 tn?1331027953
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Hi and welcome,

I would like to help if i can but i'm not sure how your information could be associated with MS, though i admit to being a little confused....are you saying the sentence "my MRI showed a centimeter passion on T 1-12"  is meaning "Back thorasic lessions"?

If it is i've never seen or heard of that sentence before in relation to spinal 'cord lesions', and 1 cm seems too small to run all the way from T1 down to T12, is there a typo or is that the sentence written on your MRI report?

You have evidence of structural spinal degeneration in your lumbar and cervical spine, could your thoracic spinal information also be in relation to degenerative disc issues?

Sorry for all the questions but i genuinely would like to understand and try to help if i can.......JJ
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