Re: degenerative changes of the thoracic lumbar spine
My name is Dr. Gambale, i've been a chiropractor for over 22 years and this is my opinion about your situation:
A bone island is an increased density in an area of the bone. It can be harmless but it's a good idea to check that area if painful.
Degenerative disc disease at L3-T11 indicates abnormal stress in that area of thte spine.
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Posted By Dr Anthony Gambale on September 03, 2009 at 12:59:24:
In Reply to: degenerative changes of the thoracic lumbar spine
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