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Your nerve roots may become irritated and swollen at the spots where they are being pinched due to spinal stenosis.
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.
Sensitive teeth are typically the result of worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots.
The disk herniates and bulges into the spinal canal, compressing one or more of the nerve roots which form the sciatic nerve and sending pain down the lower limb.
Different types of problems can reduce the space within the spinal canal.
The dorsal root ganglion is a collection of nerves near the spinal canal that can be stimulated to provide pain relief in certain conditions.
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