discogenic


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dis·co·gen·ic

, diskogenic
a. discogénico, rel. a un disco intervertebral.
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Researchers and clinicians specializing in degenerative disc disease explore biological approaches to treating what they call discogenic back pain.
By this, I mean, we are now able to relieve the patients discogenic pain using the least invasive approach.
If a client has localized symptoms (prostate cancer, discogenic low back pain, Achilles tendon rupture, and so on), ultrasound or body work can be applied just to that area with a pre- and post-urine collection.
Lumbar fusion versus nonoperative management for treatment of discogenic low back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Intradiscal electrothermal treatment has been used by specialists for more than ten years in discogenic pain treatment.
The diagnosis for these patients varied from no diagnosis to thoracic degenerative discogenic pain, costovertebral joint dysfunction, levator scapulae syndrome, thoracic facet syndrome, dorsal back strain, myofascial pain of the rhomboids and finally DSN entrapment.
Developed with input from leading spine surgeons, the cage aids in lumbar spinal fixation as an adjunct to fusion for patients with degenerative disc disease, defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies, as well as grade 1 spondylolisthesis and degenerative scoliosis.
For women in late pregnancy who present with low back pain and have a medical history of extrinsic asthma, Omega 3 supplementation can be given for discogenic pain and as asthma prophylaxis for the unborn child since there is research supporting Omega 3 for asthma prophylaxis.
Discograms were carried out in doubtful cases to confirm discogenic origin of pain.
Background: The efficacy of percutaneous intradiscal radiofrequency thermocoagulation (PIRFT) for the treatment of discogenic low back pain (LBP) remains controversial.
Progressive-onset' versus injury-associated discogenic low back pain: features of disc internal derangement in patients studied with provocation lumbar discography.
As spinal discs are located near the ventral epidural space, ventral spread during CESI could be logically presumed to be an effective treatment in patients who have a herniated inter-vertebral disc (HIVD) or discogenic pain [2,5,6].