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Posted by: Dezi | 2009/11/17

Calcification

Hi, after they diagnosed CALCIFICATION OF THE NUCLEUS PULPOSUS, how can it be healed??? Please explain to me the healing process and what can be done. Thanks

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Hallo Dezi
It is not something that can be healed - it is like a scar tissue in the disc between the vertebrae. It is common in about 6% of x/rays of adults, so if you don't have any specific pain associated with it, probably nothing to worry about.See
http://www.mdguidelines.com/disc-calcification
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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2009/11/17

Hallo Dezi
It is not something that can be healed - it is like a scar tissue in the disc between the vertebrae. It is common in about 6% of x/rays of adults, so if you don't have any specific pain associated with it, probably nothing to worry about.See
http://www.mdguidelines.com/disc-calcification
Dr Bets

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