discogenic


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discogenic

 [dis″ko-jen´ik]
caused by derangement of an intervertebral disk.

dis·co·gen·ic

(dis'kō-gen'ik),
Denoting a disorder originating in or from an intervertebral disc.
[disco- + G. genesis, origin]

discogenic

/dis·co·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) caused by derangement of an intervertebral disk.

dis·co·gen·ic

(dis'kō-jen'ik)
Denoting a disorder originating in or from an intervertebral disc.
[disco- + G. genesis, origin]
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Is the discogenic low back pain an outcome of Lyme spirochetes having slowly eaten away at the disc?
Intradiscal injection therapy for degenerative chronic discogenic low back pain with end plate Modic changes.
Similar to a DSN neuropathy, CD is often misdiagnosed as a subluxated rib or a trigger point (7,52), thoracic posterior facet syndrome, thoracic subluxation, T4 syndrome, discogenic disease, costovertebral lesion, intercostal muscle spasm, interscapular or scapular muscle spasm (1).
Intervertebral discogenic pain is the most common low back pain (LBP) and requires extensive medical attention.
Hirsch, "What is the role of epidural injections in the treatment of lumbar discogenic pain: a systematic review of comparative analysis with fusion," Korean Journal of Pain, vol.
Haglund, "Inflammatory mediators in intervertebral disk degeneration and discogenic pain," Global Spine Journal, vol.
m-3 Fatty acids (fish oil) as an anti-inflammatory: an alternative to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for discogenic pain.
The Argus Cervical Interbody System devices by Xenco Medical are intended for spinal fusion procedures at one level (C3-C7) in patients with degenerative disc disease (defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies) of the cervical spine.
Sensory nerve fibres from lumbar intervertebral discs pass through rami communicantes: A possible pathway for discogenic low back pain.
Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections: Lumbar epidural steroid injections are more effective in patients with pain of discogenic origin, especially if the condition is acute, involves a significant disc bulge or herniation and is associated with significant radicular pain.
After spinal fusion due to discogenic pain as a result of degenerative disc disease, the athletes should wait one year before returning to play (44, 95, 96).