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Bow Hunters Syndrome/Stroke-Rotational occlusion of vertebral arteryStroke & Cerebrovascular Diseases | Last Active: Sep 14, 2021 | Replies (6)
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Hi @ptpt5151, I'd like to add my welcome. To inquire about how Mayo Clinic experts can help, you can call Mayo Clinic. Here is all the contact information and links for frequently asked questions http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63
You'll also notice that I moved your message to this existing discussion about Bow Hunter's Syndrome. I did this so that you can see the conversation between @jenniferhunter and @ajp2019 and connect with them.
Can you expand on what you mean by "he was in for 9 days"?
@ptpt5151 Hello and welcome to Connect. I am a cervical spine surgery patient and had surgery at Mayo in Rochester, MN. My surgeon is Dr. Jeremy Fogelson, and I read his research literature and he has a paper about Bow Hunter's Syndrome. You can request that a particular surgeon reviews your records which they do at no charge. If they feel they can help, they will contact you, and they will return your records. You will need all your imaging to send in. It takes a while to get into Mayo, but it is well worth it. Here is his profile.
Let me know if I can be of further help. You would be in great hands at Mayo. My surgery was a fusion at C5/C6.