What Is Neural Foraminal Compromise?

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Neural Foraminal Compromise is a condition where the foremen of the spinal column becomes narrowed. This condition is primarily due to degeneration of spinal discs. This degeneration process causes bulging of the discs that results to the narrowing which causes the nerves to be compresses thus causing several neural symptoms in affected individuals.
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