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A lumbar intervertebral disc sequestration derives from the extrusion of disc material within the spinal canal or the contiguous foramina through a laceration that involves two anatomical layers: the annulus fibrosus of the intervertebral disc and the posterior longitudinal ligament (PLL).
Patil et al., "Molecular mechanisms of biological aging in intervertebral discs," Journal of Orthopaedic Research, vol.
Nevertheless, some studies have strongly repudiated the idea of a pathological role of P acnes in intervertebral discs. One rationale is that the P.
Intervertebral disc degeneration is one of the most common mechanical causes of chronic low back pain.
The nerve supply to the human lumbar intervertebral discs. J Anat.
Intradiscal injection of hematopoietic stem cells in an attempt to rejuvenate the intervertebral discs. Stem Cells Dev.
The selected cases were 93 in number, showing normal findings on T1 and T2 images without any change in the intervertebral discs and the surrounding bones according to the reading of the radiologist.
However, these approaches bring limited benefits because they cannot restore full function of the intervertebral discs they replace.
Sciatica, possibly due to pressure on the sciatic nerve as it emerges from the spine between intervertebral discs.
Elaborating on neck injuries, Vijayanand said: "Neck soreness may be caused by injuries to the muscles, ligaments or the intervertebral discs in the neck area.

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