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During a spinal tap, a sample of cerebrospinal fluid is withdrawn from your spinal canal.
Your orthodontist and oral and maxillofacial surgeon work together to develop your treatment plan.
Some people with neurofibromatosis 2 also develop spinal canal tumors.
Symptoms may occur if the herniation compresses a nerve. " data-title="Herniated disk"> Spinal stenosis occurs when the space within the spinal canal or around the nerve roots becomes narrowed. " data-title="Spinal s...
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What continues through the spinal canal is a group of long nerve roots that resemble a horse's tail (cauda equina).
Dental work — including fillings, crowns and root canals — requires a local anesthetic that may also numb your lips, cheeks and tongue.
Your nerve roots may become irritated and swollen at the spots where they are being pinched due to spinal stenosis.
Spinal stenosis - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Spinal stenosis Spinal stenosis Spinal stenosis occurs when the space within the spinal canal or around the nerve roots becomes narrowed.
Spinal stenosis happens when the main channel for the spinal cord - called the central spinal canal - or the openings for individual nerve roots in your spine become narrowed, causing pressure on nerve tissue.
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