diskitis


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diskitis

 [dis-ki´tis]
inflammation of a disk, especially of an intervertebral disk.

dis·ci·tis

(dis-kī'tis),
Inflammation of an intervertebral disc or disc space often related to infections.
Synonym(s): diskitis
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