intervertebral disk

  1. a fibrocartilaginous disc serving as a cushion between all of the vertebrae of the spinal column (except between the first two)
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  • The reality that despite outward differences humanity is largely the same was brought home by Nobel Peace Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu, nursing a ruptured/herniated intervertebral disk and therefore unable to attend, who commented humorously by video from South Africa that he could not imagine his friend and fellow Nobelist The Dalai Lama being told in heaven, "you are a wonderful man, but because you are not a Christian .... Sunil Chacko: Vancouver, Multicultural Gateway To The World
  • Intervertebral disks are soft, cushion-like pads between the bones of your spine (vertebrae).
  • Most back strains that occur with “moving boxes” are likely to be due to spasm of overstretched or torn back muscles, or possible compression and herniation of an intervertebral disk. The Crooked Man
  • The dural covering of the spinal cord also showed pigmentation adjacent to intervertebral disk.
  • The diagnosis of fibrocartilaginous emboli is made by documenting the presence of intervertebral disk material within the spinal cord vasculature.
  • Also, between each pair of vertebrae, the intervertebral disk, a gel-like cushion, loses fluid gradually, making these thinner as well. THE VENDETTA DEFENCE
  • In double lesion, anterior extraperitoneal approach in 3 cases, L4,5 received intervertebral disk replacement and L5S1 received single PDN replacement.
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