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The spinal nerve entrapment that occurred in NP may be associated with degenerative changes in the spine, paraspinal muscle spasm, or fibrous bands (2).
After the procedure, the patients usually were observed for numbness in the dermatome supplied by the injected spinal nerve.
In all roe deer, there were two communicating branches lying from ventral rami of first thoracal spinal nerve to cervicothoracic ganglion.
ISLAMABAD -- For years, damaged discs in the lower back or spinal nerve problems have taken the blame as the most common cause of sciatica, a painful condition in which the sciatic nerve in the back of the leg is pinched and pain radiates down the leg.
Nadi Vaidyam teaches that reducing or eliminating this irritation to spinal nerves can cause your body to operate more efficiently and more comfortably.
During the procedure the surgeon makes a one to two inch incision along the centre of the lower back, and removes a portion of the lamina to expose the spinal cord and spinal nerves.
After a bout of chickenpox, the varicella-zoster virus lies dormant in the body, but as immunity wanes with age, the virus can reactivate in the spinal nerves leading to the skin.
Sabaawy's new method for treating patients with chronic SCI uses adult stem cells that possess the ability to enhance regeneration of spinal nerves.
Encompassing all the diseases and disorders that may affect the proper functioning of the spinal cord or spinal nerves, this comprehensive volume reportedly provides a state-of-the-art review of the principles of care and best practices for restoring function and quality of life to people with spinal-cord injury (SCI).
The only similar procedure here in the UK available on the NHS involves cutting seven spinal nerves which, it is known, will compromise mobility and the overall success of the operation.
Chronic intrathecal administration of the selective uptake inhibitors of the monoamines noradrenalin and serotonin (antidepressants) provide antiallodynic effects against neuropathic pain due to ligation of spinal nerves (75, 86-88).