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Diagnose
How To Diagnose Back Pain?
The cases of minor pain may just need a touch from your doctor but major causes need to be diagnosed with the help of various tests. Know about them.
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Kidney Problems
Diagnosis Of Back Pain Due To Kidney Problems
Even kidney problems can lead to back pain. You need special diagnosis and treatment to get rid of it. If ignored the problem can further aggravate and lead to complications.
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Low Back Pain
Diagnosis Of Low Back Pain
Diagnosis of low back pain is very important to know the real causes behind your pain and also to decide upon the appropriate treatment for curing it.
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Spinal stenosis symptoms are gradual but steady!
Stenosis is a Greek term which means choking. Basically, your spine consists of 26 bones in your back which enables you to stand up and produce several body movements. ...
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Spinal Stenosis is Severe, Go for Several Tests
Spinal stenosis is the ailment of the spinal chord which is mainly caused when the spinal canal get narrowed. Due to this narrowing, the spinal chord suffers pressure and is under the danger of collapse. ...
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Symptoms Of Aortic Stenosis
Aortic stenosis occurs when there is an abnormal constriction in the  aortic valve. The basic function of the aortic valve is to control the flow of  blood from the left ventricle to the aorta. ...
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Causes And Symptoms-Lower Back Pain
Different people report different causes and symptoms of lower back pain. This is because symptoms depend largely on the underlying cause behind the back ache. ...
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Lower Back Pain Diagnosis
The diagnosis gets specific when a certain broad reason is known. This happens mostly in the case of an injury which precedes lower back pain. Chronic back pain is a common complaint of all athletes and in 10% of all sports-related ailments. This becomes easier as the diagnosis focuses on the region of pain. ...
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Herniated Disk Symptoms
The symptoms of herniated disk depend on the area in which it has happened. The symptoms differ from position-to-position in the spine. Here, are the common herniated disk symptoms in different positions of the spine. ...
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Cervical Cancer Symptoms
The number of cases of cervical cancer in women are increasing day by day. It was estimated that in the last two years the ailment has increased by 20-25% among the women in America. The rise is really alarming. ...
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Cervical Radiculopathy
Sometimes the medical terms are so complicated that hearing some names many faint thinking that they are suffering from something very dangerous and thus break down. But in true sense these are very simple ailments. ...
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Canine Cervical Disc
Your dog jumps, plays, and shows different postures to entertain you and also to make your child feel happy. Do you ever realize that your dog can also suffer from cervical problems. ...
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Bulging Disc In Neck
Bulging disc is common phenomenon of lumbar region or lower back. But every bit of spine is susceptible to complication of this kind. After the lower back, the next prominent area of bulging disc is the neck. ...
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Aortic Stenosis
Aortic stenosis is generally a type of disorder in the heart which occurs because of thickening of the left ventricle of the heart. Because of this thickening, there requires more blood for the extra muscles of the left ventricle ultimately resulting in insufficient blood supply to the heart. ...
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Symptoms Of Sciatica
Sciatica is a condition where the person feels pain in the lower back and there could be weakness or tingling or numbness in the leg. ...
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Scoliosis Symptoms
Scoliosis cannot be traced easily as it does not cause pain in the initial years and the curvature of the spine may be ignored. Common symptoms include abnormal shape of the shoulders, hips, waist, or standing in an inclined position. ...
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Spinal stenosis symptoms are gradual but steady!
Stenosis is a Greek term which means choking. Basically, your spine consists of 26 bones in your back which enables you to stand up and produce several body movements. ...
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How to Decipher Upper Back Pain
The pain felt between the lower back and the neck is known as upper back pain. This region is also known as thoracic back as it concerns the thoracic region, including the chest and this is where ribs attach. ...
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Types of Scoliosis
Sometimes due to daily wear and tear of the body, the spine of our body gets curved. This is referred to as scoliosis .The spine that is affected may become curved, rotated, or appear sideways. ...
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X-ray For Diagnosing Back Pain
X-rays are useful in showing the alignment of the spine and any slippage by making use of electromagnetic radiations to take images of your bones and internal organs. ...
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Diagnosis Through MRI And CT Scans
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one of the most important methods of diagnosing the cause of back pain by getting very well-defined images of bones and soft tissues. ...
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Diagnosis Through Electrodiagnostic Tests
Electrodiagnostic tests are performed to analyze the electric waveforms of nerves and muscles that help in identifying possible injuries and detecting nerve abnormalities causing back pain. ...
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X-ray For Diagnosing Back Pain
X-rays are useful in showing the alignment of the spine and any slippage by making use of electromagnetic radiations to take images of your bones and internal organs. ...
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