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Request an Appointment at Mayo Clinic Causes Disk herniation is most often the result of a gradual, aging-related wear and tear called disk degeneration.
Mayo researchers focused on the outcomes related to the effect and mechanism in IVD regeneration, which include disk height index, MRI T2 signal intensity, type II collagen expression and histologic disk degeneration...
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Surgical Waste Intervertebral Disc Tissue Analysis - Mayo Clinic Overview Tab Title Description Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical study.
It also may lower the risk of problems following surgery, such as adjacent segment disease - a condition in which degeneration develops in the sections of the spine above and below the treated disk.
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Disk degeneration often results in the spine producing extra amounts of bone in a misguided effort to strengthen the spine.
This includes loss of disc height and loss of water content that makes the discs appear darker on an MRI scan.
Instead, it results from a gradual process of degeneration that happens due to aging and wear and tear on the disk over time.
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