My Neck Surgery

In December 2008 I underwent two surgeries for very severe spinal stenosis.
The MRI images (one through eight) are from bottom to top.

MRI cross-section of crevical spine (image one)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine (image two)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with spinal compression visable (image three)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with spinal compression visable (image four)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with extreme spinal compression visable (image five)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with very extreme spinal compression visable (image six)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with very extreme spinal compression visable (image seven)

MRI cross-section of crevical spine with very extreme spinal compression visable (image eight)

MRI side view with very extreme spinal compression visable (image one)

MRI side view with very extreme spinal compression visable (image two)

MRI side view with very extreme spinal compression visable (image three)

X-Ray image, 3 hours after second surgery, of cervical fusion from the side (image one)

X-Ray image, 3 hoursafter second surgery, of cervical fusion from the side (image two)

X-Ray image, 3 hours after second surgery, of cervical fusion from the front showing all 20 screws (image three)

X-ray image, 1 month after surgery (image one)

X-ray image, 1 month after surgery (image two)

X-ray image, 1 month after surgery (image three)

X-ray image, 2 months after surgery (image one)

X-ray image, 2 months after surgery (image two)

X-ray image, 2 months after surgery (image three)

X-ray image, 4 months after surgery (image one)

X-ray image, 4 months after surgery (image two)

X-ray image, 21 months after surgery (image one)

X-ray image, 21 months after surgery (image two)