discogenic


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discogenic

 [dis″ko-jen´ik]
caused by derangement of an intervertebral disk.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

dis·co·gen·ic

(dis'kō-gen'ik),
Denoting a disorder originating in or from an intervertebral disc.
[disco- + G. genesis, origin]
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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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DiscGenics' first product candidate, IDCT, is a homologous, allogeneic, injectable cell therapy that utilizes biomedically engineered progenitor cells derived from intervertebral disc tissue, known as Discogenic Cells, to offer a non-surgical, potentially regenerative solution for the treatment of patients with mild to moderate degenerative disc disease.
(20) evaluated data of patients with both radicular and axial pain (18) and with discogenic waist pain (21) who had lumbar disc decompression performed using L'DISQ (TM).
Developers and manufacturers of the equipment along with clinicians often consider it a unique form of traction.[14] Specifically, DRX9000[TM] (Axiom Worldwide, Tampa, FL, USA) is a novel, expensive, computerized traction device for treating pain caused by discogenic origin.
Also, infections (vertebral, discogenic, or epidural) and metastatic and primary tumors should be kept in mind in differential diagnosis.
In a further study, patients should be grouped, for example, based on their pathology like radiculopathy and discogenic pain to evaluate differences in posture.
Disc degeneration, called juvenile disc disorder or juvenile discogenic disorder (JDD), may develop at young ages.
Lee, "Percutaneous intradiscal treatments for discogenic pain," Acta Anaesthesiologica Taiwanica, vol.
CLBP may emerge from several different etiologies but about 40 to 50% of CLBP, treated in specialized pain or orthopedic clinics, is alleged to be of discogenic origin [12-14].
"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.J Spinal Disord Tech.