hello, i have a discdehydration at L4-5..Can this be cured? Report Findings: L4-5: diffuse disc bulge with central annular tear partially extending into right lateral foramen causing mild impingement ...
What is the best treatment for these findings in an MRi report Discdehydration with end plate changes at L4-L5 and L5-S1 levels Multilevel facet joint degenerative changes along with ligamentum flavum ...
-ls and simultaneously physiotherapy treatment so i was given some exercises then i was alright. now this year for the past 1 month i m suffering from back n low back pain .i took MRI and it says muscle spasm and disc ...
Dear sir or madam, I just got a call from my brother in home country telling me that his wife got an MIR lumber spine Medical laboratory result Discdehydration and posterior central protrusion narrowing ...
are here Discdehydration is seen at D10-D11. there is mild disc bulge causing slight thecal indentation ... of lumber lordosis is seen . Dsic dehydration with preserved disc heights is seen at L2-L3, L3-L4, and L4-L5 ...
Does diabete can be cure or treatment to reverse 100%?
No. It cannot be cured 100%
Please suggest the treatment and curing possibilities for Tinitus.
Thanks for contacting HCM
Treatment of Tinnitus depends on cause of the tinnitus .
Causes of Tinnitus 1. wax in the ear 2. Hypertension 3. Otitis media 4. Meniere`s disease and so many.
Dr Hariom Sharma
treatment of skin mastocytosis in skin of children
There is no cure. Avoid triggers, keep epi-pen at hand, give symptomatic treatment, splenectomy has been tried with mixed results.
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