spinal nerve

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Synonyms for spinal nerve

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Herpes zoster is caused by reactivation of the varicellazoster virus, which lies within the dorsal root ganglion of a spinal nerve.
There were no traces of any spinal nerve compression.
After the procedure, the patients usually were observed for numbness in the dermatome supplied by the injected spinal nerve.
While the branch that was extended to ventral rami of cervical and second thoracal spinal nerves was generally one number, the branch that was extended to ventral ramus of first thoracic spinal nerve was observed as two numbers in all roe deer.
sup][5] Additionally, we evaluated the antinociceptive effect of najanalgesin in a rat model of neuropathic pain, which was induced by L5 spinal nerve ligation (SNL).
KEY WORDS: Anterior decompression, Posterior decompression, Spinal nerve injury, Thoracolumbar spine fracture.
The great auricular nerve is a superficial branch of the cervical plexus, contributed to by fibers from the C2 and C3 spinal nerves.
Clinical and radiologic examinations, including radiography, computed tomography scan, and myelography, were indicative of neoplasia involving a spinal nerve root.
Diagnosis: Adult-onset scoliosis, an asymmetrical curvature of the spine that, if unchecked, could eventually leave me even shorter and more crooked, disabled by an entrapped spinal nerve, and dependent on a walker to maintain my balance.
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.
Accidents, falls, stress, tension, overexertion, and countless other factors can result in a displacements or derangement of the spinal column, causing irritation to spinal nerve roots.
4) simplified the classification of spinal meningeal cysts into three major categories: extradural cysts without spinal nerve root fibers (Type 1), extradural cysts with spinal nerve root fibers (Type 2), and intradural meningeal cysts (Type 3).
Shingles causes severe pain, itching, tingling, and a rash along the part of the body associated with that particular spinal nerve.
When telling about the use of horse riding therapy, the doctor explained that there is a nerve tract between each spinal bone and there should be some space between spinal bones so that spinal nerve roots are not compressed.
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