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  • Can I recover from Spinal stenosis without medical intervention other than analgesia? if so how long would it take? Read more

    Dr. Richard Parkinson Dr. Richard Parkinson
    Neurosurgeon
    Yes you can recover, but sometimes the pain and symptoms do continue. A cortisone injection can sometimes also help. If you have any numbnes... Read more
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  • I have 11mm by 18mm partial thickness tear of supraspinous tendon and 2 calcifications - 11mm and 4 mm in size in subscapularis tendon. Subacromial bu... Read more

    Dr. Marcus Chia Dr. Marcus Chia
    Orthopaedic Surgeon
    Your pain could be due to the partial thickness tear in the supraspinatus tendon or the calcifications ('calcific tendinitis'). Either way,... Read more
  • After knee arthroscopy I will be attending ANZAC day which is 2 days after my surgery and I plan on using crutches but not marching. I am using them... Read more

    Mr Chien-Wen Liew Mr Chien-Wen Liew
    Surgeon, Orthopaedic Surgeon
    Depending on why you are having a knee arthroscopy will determine if you will be comfortable walking. In general, patients who have a knee a... Read more
  • Skin around my eyes have become dry and looks like eczema and red and itches - is this a known side effect of ganfort? Read more

    Dr. Dana Robaei Dr. Dana Robaei
    Ophthalmologist
    Yes, peri-ocular skin changes are a well-known side effect of Ganfort (due to the bimatoprost component of the eye drop). They are reversibl... Read more
  • Can dry eyes as well as reduced night vision (dimness) also be a symptom of Bassen Kronweig syndrome? Read more

    Dr. Dana Robaei Dr. Dana Robaei
    Ophthalmologist
    Reduced night vision is definitely an early sign of this syndrome. Dry eyes is not a known association, but bear in mind that dry eye is a c... Read more

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