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c3-c4: osseous contusion from a fall

I fell at work and workmans comp  are trying to denying me

Research, Knowledge and Information :


C3, C4, & C5 Vertebrae Spinal Cord Injury | SpinalCord.com


The C3, C4, and C5 vertebrae form the midsection of the cervical spine, near the base of the neck. Learn about injuries, ... Slip and fall; Injury Treatment.
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CHAPTER 4: CERVICAL SPINE TRAUMA


Chapter 4: Cervical Spine Trauma ... Nowhere in the spine is the relationship between the osseous structures and the surrounding ... C3 disc protrusion (C4 nerve ...
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Lateral x-rays of cervical spine (a) showing C3-4 and C | Open-i


Lateral x-rays of cervical ... these patients are especially prone to cervical cord injury after a minor fall or ... fusion with autologus bone graft and C3-C4 ...
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Spinal Cord Injury: C4 Is a Crucial Level - Keven Everett's ...


Read about spinal cord injury: C4 is a crucial ... People who survive spinal cord injuries above this level need ventilators or ... Opioid Prescriptions Fall, ...
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The Radiology Assistant : Spine - Cervical injury


Spine - Cervical injury ... which can be described as contusion, ... There is 50% anteroposition of C3 on C4 as a result of bilateral interfacetal dislocation.
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Spinal injury - CUHK


ability of MRI to detect soft tissue injury may fall ... beware patient with C3,C4 or C5 lesion who initially has ... Removal of damaging bone, disc and ...
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Cervical Nerve Injury Symptoms | Spine Specialist | Vail ...


Symptoms of cervical nerve injuries include pain, ... with a fall onto the face. ... The C3 and C4 nerves supply sensation to the neck and very top of the shoulders.
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Injury to the spinal cord without radiological abnormality ...


the absence of osseous injury on plain radiographs or ... riparesis after a fall from a ladder. ... canal from C3 to C7 with oedema of the cord between C4
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C3-C4 Unilateral Facet Fracture Dislocation with Vertebral ...


C3-C4 Unilateral Facet Fracture Dislocation ... with a jump-locked facet at C3-C4 and vertebral artery injury. ... pillow fight with a friend that resulted in a fall ...
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Suggested Questions And Answer :


Stiff neck

Hi there! Well, without knowing the relevant clinical details or a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to comment on the situation. If there was no strain on the neck during the fall, the neck pain is unlikely to be related. Neck pain could result from postural issues, neuro-muscular causes such as muscle sprain, nerve impingement, injuries to muscles/ ligaments, inflammations, spinal causes such as degeneration, micronutrient deficiencies, referred pain from other regions etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by a primary care physician initially and depending on the cause diagnosed/ suspected, it can be managed accordingly or specialist care may be sought. Meanwhile you could try using warm-compresses and Tylenol/ OTC NSAIDS for pain relief. Hope this is helpful. Take care!
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c3-c4: osseous contusion from a fall

Hi there! Well, this is best discussed with a lawyer. I would suggest consulting one to discuss the situation in detail. Hope this helps. Take care!
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Brain shock sensations when trying to fall asleep

Actually, I have those every night and have taken them to be the sure sign that I'm about ready to fall asleep. It is as though my concious, awake mind is being fragged off kicking and screaming to go to sleep. And I usually jump -quite a bit- in response to the shock. My partner has learned to cover up! So -try understanding it differently. You know its not hurting you, right? So maybe it is your brain just complaining that it doesn't want to sleep yet. Please keep us advised on what you discover.
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Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

This is why therapy is also usually given alongside medication so we can learn to deal with breakthrough symptoms that may come up.
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Fall Asleep While Sitting

Could this be no sleep, but petit mal?
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Celexa/Xanax XR

I thought xanax xr lasted about 11-12 hours.............no?  with a 90% bioavailibilty compared to the regular xanax, and a half life of around 50 hours...........?
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post cervicle fusion results

my surgeon said the said the chances of adjacent joint disease arre 3% for 10 years..I think the problem is not your previous surgery..index finger and third finger are related to c6   god luck
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I see so many post of people beating themselves up for falling off the wagon

awesome post. that means alot to me since i am one of the ones beating myself up for failing. thanks for posting that
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Panic when falling asleep

I can explain this. It's a perfectly normal phenomenon, and I (and probably many others) experience this from time to time. If you are really tired when going to sleep (fall asleep in a second like you describe) it's more likely to happen. It happens a time or two like you describe. Some ways to get rid of the phenomenon: 1. No smoking before sleep (preferrably never, but especially not before sleep) 2. No work before sleep (read a book) 3. No food before sleep 4. No other stimulants or exercise right before sleep (sex is OK). People describe this different. Some people believe their heart stops. Some people feels like they are falling through the bed. Some people feels paralyzed as their body relax before the mind does. It's really common to have something like an anxiety attack for some seconds after you wake up. Relax. This is completely normal. And very common.
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