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I had C5-C6 fusion. Surgery went well and after that I hadn’t any neck or shoulder pain, but I still have numb fingers, a burning left thigh. Occasionally I am feeling weakness in my right arm and leg. I have an 7mm bruise and myelomalacia at the C5-6 level of my spinal cord from the herniated disc, which I've had surgically repaired. I've tried with various medications and nothing really helped.

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My friend has been diagnosed with cervical myelophaty from his cervical spondylosis. He has all signs of myelophaty: Hoffman’s sign, muscle weakness, spastic gait. However, he did cervical MRI and spinal cord was seen as myelomalacia. I think on C5 too. As cervical MRI has shown spinal cord compression the only treatment was surgical decompression. After surgery he was on physical therapy for few months.
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