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Ultrasound Detects Pathology In Patients With Whiplash

... and lowback pain. They are able to detect disc bulges and herniations and otherabnormalities of t...and injury to the paraspinous muscles. The disc pathology has been correlated with MRI. Other soft tissueabnormalities are often difficult to detect...

Study suggests potential new approach to glaucoma therapy

...d ophthalmologists keep a close watch on the optic disc inglaucoma patients. In this study, Becker did the.... "Patients with glaucoma develop 'cupping' of the disc -- a bowing backand atrophy of that structure. These rats also were developing this cupping ofthe op...

Landmark study uncovers reasons behind recurring back injury

...serious back injuries, such as disc degeneration, which require surgery. What's more, lifting objects slowly, as injured people also tend to do, only intensifies the harm. "Moving slowly just increases the length of time the s...

UCSF orthopedic surgeons test artificial back disc

...treatment for low back pain caused by degenerative disc disease (DDD), surgeons use rods and screws attach...bio-mechanics of the lumbar spine." The artificial disc device, developed in France in the late 1980s, has two porous cobalt-chrome plates, with stabilizing...

Commercial driving not linked to permanent back injury

...bration caused by the vehicle leads to accelerated disc degeneration, displacement, and associated symptom...the effects of lifetime driving exposure on lumbar disc degeneration in identical twins with very different histories of occupational driving during their l...

UC Davis neurosurgeon implanting artificial cervical discs

...icial cervical discs in patients with degenerative disc disease. "We are seeing an evolution in spine sur...patients in Sacramento. Patients with degenerative disc disease are participating in a randomized clinical trial comparing the current standard of treatment...

Enormous X-ray solar flare seen by SOHO

... SOHO's LASCO coronagraph, a telescope that uses a disc to block the Sun's bright surface, revealing the faint solar corona, stars, planets and 'sungrazing' comets. In other words, a coronagraph produces an artificial solar eclipse....

MRI shows back trouble may begin before puberty

...moves. With normal aging, the elastic core of the disc solidifies, contributing to a gradual loss of flex...hritis of the spinal joints. This points out that disc degeneration is not necessarily associated with back pain, and may begin in early childhood. "There...

Lose weight fast the ESA way!

... helmet on my head. My job is to repeatedly move a disc fitted with light emitting diodes through a figure...hed all the while by a bank of video cameras. The disc gets pretty heavy in double gravity but I keep it going, just about. It becomes easier for the last ...

Forensic radiology makes virtual autopsy a reality

...eople." If necessary, data can be sent via compact disc or e-mail to another forensic pathologist for a second opinion, and stored for years on a computer. But virtual autopsy is expensive and right now there are graphic limitations in providing full-color information, according to Dr. Thali. Also, virtua...

Economic impact of back pain substantial

... the back, whether it be caused by back disorders, disc disorders or injuries to the back at some point during 1998. The population of 25.9 Americans adults who reported back pain tended to be female (55 percent), white (88.3 percent), and married (61 percent), with an average age of 48. In their analysis...

Doctors at Northwestern Memorial are studying next generation surgery for back pain sufferers

...pital (NMH) are enrolling people with degenerative disc disease in a research study to determine if new ar...around the country testing the Maverick artificial disc made from cobalt-chrome alloy. Currently, three artificial discs are being investigated in the Unit...

Disc replacement in neck relieves pain, restores mobility

...nd arm pain caused by degenerative cervical (neck) disc disease may be eliminated by replacing the problem disc with a metal-on-metal artificial disc, according to the results of a study presented at the annual m...

Prescription of opioids for back pain needs improvement

... the back, whether it be caused by back disorders, disc disorders or injuries to the back at some point during one year. Overall, the use of opioids increased from 11.6 percent in 1996 to 12.6 percent by 1999. In terms of regions, the South had the highest percentage of back pain patients taking opioids, ...

Spinal disc repair start-up orthonics receives funding from Viscogliosi Brothers, LLC

...ow Orthonics to continue development of its spinal disc repair and regeneration technologies, which are ba...s and cause pain. Surgeons can remove the damaged disc and fuse the spinal vertebrae, but that procedure greatly limits motion in the back. Orthonics' nov...

Psychological factors may be root of back pain, say Stanford researchers

...edictor of the problem than imaging and diagnostic disc injection, Stanford University School of Medicine ...earchers studied their subjects' spines using both disc injection and magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI. And they also got to know their research subjects ...

Interventional procedures significantly improve quality of life for obese patients

...6), vaginal hysterectomy (VH, n=111) and vertebral disc excision (VDE, n=348), but had no effect on the costs of knee or hip replacement surgery or prostatectomy. For AH, each unit increase in BMI was associated with a $58.00 increase in costs during the hospital stay. For patients undergoing VDE, total...

First medical test on CD gets good results

...y automated a particular medical test on a compact disc (CD) for the first time -- and in a fraction of the normal time required using conventional equipment. The ELISA biochemical test -- one of the most widely used clinical, food safety, and environmental tests -- normally takes hours or even days to pe...

DOE labs, universities and second sight partner to speed development of 'artificial retina'

... of electrical impulses. The device is a miniature disc that contains an electrode array that can be implanted in the back of the eye to replace a damaged retina. Visual signals are captured by a small video camera in the eyeglasses of the blind person and processed through a microcomputer worn on a belt....

'Sobering' disparity: African-Americans receive less compensation for job-related back injuries

...less likely than Caucasians to be diagnosed with a disc injury or to undergo surgery. Patients who had surgery and claims for disc injuries incurred higher treatment costs, had more compensated work absences, longer claim periods a...

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