discopathy

dis·cop·a·thy

(dis-kop'ă-thē),
Disease of a disk, particularly of an invertebral disc.
[disco- + G. pathos, disease]

dis·cop·a·thy

(dis-kop'ă-thē)
Disease of a disc, particularly of an invertebral disc.
[disco- + G. pathos, disease]
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In the interview, the patient reported a degenerative disease of the lumbar spine (L5-S1 discopathy confirmed by the outpatient MRI), nicotinism and acute pancreatitis on the toxic background 7 years ago.
The patients were hospitalized at the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology of the Swictokrzyskie Center for Pediatrics in Kielce with a diagnosis of back pain associated with a discopathy confirmed by CT assessment.
32 M Lumbar discopathy, Economist lumbar rectitude dorsal S-curve scoliosis 2.
There were spondylodiscitis in two patients (6.2%), compression fractures in two patients (6.2%), spinal stenosis in one patient (3.1%), and discopathy in four patients (12.5%).
[1] The pathological angle values play a role in the induction of discopathy as well.
not at work at time of treatment Location & Type Modic 1 changes Disc L5-S1 discopathy. of Modic Changes herniation level of Moderate Modic 1 L4-L5 changes mostly in inferior endplate of L5 Pain and Function NRS 9/10 ODI 38% NRS 6-7/10 ODI 48 Score at Treatment Day 0 Pain and Function NRS 9/10 ODI 48% NRS 6-7/10 ODI 48 Score after Treatment Pain Function 1 NRS 0/10 ODI not 15 months post abx; year After available One year NRS 6-7/10, ODI 48%.
The enroll criteria of LDH patients were that (a) the patients were diagnosed with lumbar disc herniation in the course of discopathy in lumbar spine.
The back pain was very likely due to concomitant discopathy. Then we restarted ibrutinib administration.