diskogram

dis·ko·gram

(dĭs′kə-grăm)
n.
Variant of discogram.
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Patients were eligible for the study if they had symptomatic disease shown by CT or MRI scan and confirmed by diskogram, had failed 6 months of conservative treatment, had achieved a score of 30 on the Oswestry low back pain disability questionnaire, and were candidates for the anterior approach.
Whitecloud and Seago [35] reported 70% good to excellent results in their series of surgically treated patients with positive cervical diskograms.