discogram


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discogram

n discografía (estudio)
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A more invasive test performed by inserting a needle with dye into the affected area a discogram indicated she needed fusion of vertebrae in the neck.
Hyeun, "Strategies for noncontained lumbar disc herniation by an endoscopic approach: transforaminal suprapedicular approach, semi-rigid flexible curved probe, and 3-dimensional reconstruction CT with discogram," Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society, vol.
A discogram was performed using a standard posterolateral approach with the two-needle technique (19-gauge outer and 25-gauge inner).
Circumferential tears occur first, and with continued stress these can progress to radial tears, which is detected as a high intensity zone (HIZ) by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) (19-25) or as leakage of contrast medium within the posterior aspect of the annulus on a discogram (19, 25, 26).
A provocative discogram was labelled positive when pain reproduction occured with a pain of >6/10 in the pathological level and not in the control level.
The intent of the discogram procedure is to provoke pain symptoms as a result of increased intradiscal pressure from iodinated contrast media injected into the nucleus to distend the IVD under fluoroscopic guidance.
Elias discussed the results of the tests with Thomas and recommended a discogram to confirm the diagnosis and identify the specific pain sites.
The discogram is of significant value in determining whether a patient is an ALIF candidate.
The discogram often is followed up with a CT scan, especially after findings of an abnormal disc.
A Study of 435 Consecutive Discograms and a Systematic Review of the Literature.
If injections, discograms and other more advanced treatments and diagnostics weren't ordered, it's likely the injuries were minor.
Discograms were carried out in doubtful cases to confirm discogenic origin of pain.