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1. Disc Herniations most commonly occur in the lumbar spine (low back), followed by the cervical spine (neck)

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2. Herniations occur most frequently in the low back

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3. Disc Herniations are best diagnosed by an MRI.

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4. These Herniations are typically not problematic, but can be troublesome in some cases

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5. However, it is truly rare that even the most painful Herniations create chronic disc pain concerns, although they often take the blame for them.

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6. My favorite analogy for disc Herniations is a crew team

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7. This article will profile Herniations and degeneration at L5/S1

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8. The five types of brain Herniations include: Subfalcine involves the cingulate gyrus, which is pushed against the falx cerebri

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9. Active Herniations can be a real problem until the inflammation subsides and usually anti-inflammatory medications like medrol dose pack are prescribed for treatment, and more recently spinal injections

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10. Conditions arise with multiple disc Herniations and protrusions.

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11. L3/L4 Herniations often produce pain on the outer hip and round onto the front of the thigh

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12. Studies have shown that even massive disc Herniations can be successfully treated without surgery

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13. What Causes Thoracic Disc Herniations? Discs can be damaged in many ways (4): Traumatic – which is the most common cause of thoracic disc injuries (such as car accident or contact sports) (7); Genetic issues (example) – Ehlers Danlos syndrome, a genetic defect that makes weakened collagen fibers in the disc

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14. Most lumbar disc Herniations go away on their own without any treatment

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15. For painful Herniations that persist, treatment begins with the least invasive options, such as anti-inflammatory medications and physical therapy

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16. Understanding Disc Herniations A disc herniation is displacement of disc material beyond the normal confines of the disc space

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17. These Herniations are described by their size, as follows: bulge (small), protrusion (slightly larger), extrusion (big) and a sequestered fragment (when some of the material has broken off from the disc)

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18. Patients with sequestered Herniations treated with SMT to the level of herniation reported significantly higher levels of leg pain reduction at 1 month and a higher proportion reported improvement at all data collection time points compared to patients with extruded disc Herniations but this did not reach statistical significance.

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19. The clinical, neuroradiological, and surgical management of three cases of intradural disc Herniations--one each in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions--are presented

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20. Intradural disc Herniations comprise only 0.27% of all herniated discs

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21. Objectives: To investigate biomechanical changes in lumbar disc Herniations

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22. In treating disc Herniations, the primary goal is to relieve the symptoms, particularly the pain

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23. As pain specialists, AZ Pain and Spine offers pain management services and treatment options for disc Herniations.

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24. Disc Herniations in the spine are commonly associated with degenerative changes, and the prevalence increases with age

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25. Though rare, spinal disc Herniations can also be caused by trauma

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26. C7/T1 disc Herniations (aka Herniations of the C8 disc) cause weakness in hand muscles

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27. Spinal disc Herniations are usually associated with degenerative changes

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28. Though rare, spinal disc Herniations can also be caused by trauma.

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29. Specifically, only those Herniations occurring between L3-L4, L4-L5, or L5-S1, were included in this study, as Herniations occurring at other vertebral levels were regarded as being atypical

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30. C7/T1 disc Herniations account for 3.5% to 4% of all herniated cervical discs

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31. C7/T1 disc Herniations (aka Herniations of the C8 disc) cause weakness in hand muscles

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32. Background: Intradural disc Herniations (IDHs) are rare, are difficult to diagnose on preoperative MR/CT imaging, and typically, are most readily confirmed at the time of surgery.However, one of the greatest challenges posed by these lesions, is the repair of the ventral dural rent

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33. For example, many patients with cervical disc Herniations improve with conservative treatment and time and do not require surgery.

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34. Individuals with minor disc Herniations (i.e., protrusion, contained discs) are at a very high risk that their magnetic resonance images are not a causal explanation of pain because a high rate of asymptomatic subjects (63%) had comparable findings

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35. More than three of four pain-free individuals in this study presented with Disc Herniations that

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36. Lumbar disc Herniations are a common manifestation of degenerative disease

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37. With improvements in advanced imaging techniques, lumbar disc Herniations have been increasingly recognized in symptomatic and asymptomatic …

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HERNIATIONS [herniations]

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  1. noun form of herniate
herniate
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