Paracentral Disc Protrusion?

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A paracentral disc protrusion is a spinal disc condition that is manifested as a swollen intervertebral disc. A broad based disc protrusion with paracentral annular tear is a condition where you have a torn ligament and a bulge in the disk specifically between the spines.
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