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Disc Tear: What It Is and How It’s Treated

West Orange, NJ (PRWEB) March 19, 2015 Tearing is usually not a good thing – and even more so when it’s a disc in your spine. Kaixuan Liu, MD, PhD , founder and president of Atlantic Sp...

Few studies assess value of cervical degenerative disc Sx

(HealthDay)—Few studies examine the cost-effectiveness of surgery for patients with cervical degenerative disc disease (DDD), according to a review published in a supplement to the Oct. 15 issue of ...

Surgeons vary in treatment of recurrent herniated disc

(HealthDay)—A recent survey shows differences among spine surgeons in the United States in preferences for surgical treatment of recurrent lumbar disc herniation. The results of the survey were rese...

Two-Level FDA Approval of the Mobi-C Artificial Disc Opens New Doors at Orthopedic Laser and Spine Surgery Offering Patients a Superior Implant Option Like Never Before

Modeled after the detailed function of the human vertebral disc, Orthopedic and Laser Spine Surgery Surgeon Dr. Scott Katzman advocates the latest device in motion preserving artificial discs. Hollywo...

DISC Sports & Spine Center Releases List of Top Questions Patients Should Ask Before Spine Surgery

Board-certified spine surgeons Dr. Hamid Mir and Dr. Richard Kim have provided tips to help remove fear from the spine surgery process by furthering patient education. Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) Januar...

Lumbar Disc Nomenclature: Version 2.0

The authors provide an updated nomenclature pertaining to lumbar disc pathology. Spine

NASS Releases Spine Language Consensus Document

BURR RIDGE, IL -- From the radiologist to the spine specialist to the internal medicine physician, common spine conditions need universally accepted definitions, say the authors of a new, open-access ...

Photos of the Day: The Back Story: An Evolution of Spine Care

This infographic, courtesy of LDR Spine, covers advancements in cervical spine care from 1500 BCE thru today. These advancements include meat stabilization techniques used by the ancient Egy...

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Clarifying the nomenclature of intervertebral disc degeneration and displacement: from bench to bedside.

As a significant determinant of low back pain, intervertebral disc degeneration (IDD) has attracted more and more attention of both investigators and physicians. Disc herniation, termed as interverteb...

Cortistatin is Endogenous to the Human Intervertebral Disc, and Exerts in Vitro Mitogenic Effects on Annulus Cells, and a Downregulatory Effect on TNF-α Expression.

Cortistatin (CST) is a recently discovered cyclic neuropeptide with biologic anti-inflammatory properties relevant to disc degeneration.

Expression and regulation of toll-like receptors (TLRs) in human intervertebral disc cells.

Although inflammatory processes play an essential role in painful intervertebral disc (IVD) degeneration, the underlying regulatory mechanisms are not well understood. This study was designed to inves...

Surgical technique for lumbar intervertebral disc transplantation in a goat model.

Fresh-frozen intervertebral disc transplantation was determined to be an effective treatment for degenerative disc diseases in rhesus monkeys and in humans. Further research in improving different asp...

Is Anterior Disc Displacement Without Reduction Associated With Temporomandibular Joint Condylar Height in Juvenile Patients Younger Than 20 Years?

Because disc displacement might be accompanied by degenerative changes in the condyle, this study explored the association between condylar height and anterior disc displacement without reduction in j...

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