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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinal_disc_herniation

This tear in the disc ring may result in the release of chemicals causing inflammation, which may directly cause severe pain even in the absence of nerve root compression. Disc herniations are normally a further development of a previously existing disc protrusion, a condition in which the outermost layers of the anulus ...

www.spine-health.com/conditions/spine-anatomy/all-about-spinal-disc-problems

The spinal disc acts as a strong elastic pivot for each joint segment of the spine, providing stability and allowing a relatively wide range of motion in all directions in the lower back and neck. When a disc starts to lose its strength and pliability, however, it can cause a range of painful and potentially debilitating symptoms.

www.spine-health.com/conditions/herniated-disc/whats-a-herniated-disc-pinched-nerve-bulging-disc

The unusually wide range of terms used to describe spinal disc problems (such as ruptured disc, torn disc, slipped disc, collapsed disc, disc protrusion, disc disease, and black disc) can add to the confusion. ... The medical diagnosis identifies the actual cause of the patient's back pain, leg pain and other symptoms.

www.webmd.com/back-pain/guide/understanding-spinal-disk-problems-basic-information

Apr 21, 2017 ... Learn more from WebMD about the basics spinal disk problems, including herniated disks and degenerative disk disease.

www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/conditionsandtreatments/back-pain-disc-problems

The symptoms of a damaged disc can vary according to its location and severity. Many people who show evidence on scanning of damaged discs have no symptoms. This means that, most commonly, there are no symptoms at all. However, general signs may include: Back pain ...

www.healthline.com/health/herniated-disk

May 9, 2016 ... You can have a slipped disk in any part of your spine, from your neck to your lower back. Read more about symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

patient.info/doctor/spinal-disc-problems-including-red-flag-signs

Spinal disc problems can lead to symptoms of back pain and/or sciatica. There are many other causes of back pain and/or sciatica but they do not primarily originate from the intervertebral discs. This article focuses on thoracic, lumbar and sacral disc problems. Cervical disc problems are discussed in the separate Cervical ...

patient.info/health/spinal-disc-problems

Spinal disc problems can lead to symptoms of back pain, most often low back pain. The pain may also go into one or both of your legs (sciatica). Back pain with or without sciatica is very common. Most causes are not serious but it is very important for ...

www.healthdirect.gov.au/spinal-disc-problems

Problems with your spinal discs can lead to back pain, sciatica and other problems. Learn about the causes and treatment options for spinal disc problems .