Spinal anatomopathology

Anatomy-pathology of the spine


  1. The innervation of the spinal dura mater: Anatomy and clinical implications
  2. Innervation of the spinal dura mater
  3. An Immunohistochemical Study of Innervation of Lumbar Spinal Dura and Longitudinal Ligaments
  4. Innervation of spinal meninges and epidural structures
  5. Anatomical background of low back pain: variability and degeneration of the lumbar spinal canal and intervertebral disc
  6. Anatomical study of lumbar spine innervation
  7. The nerve supply of the lumbar intervertebral disc
  8. Neuroanatomic basis for discogenic pain
  9. A comprehensive review of the sinuvertebral nerve with clinical applications
  10. The aging spine: the role of inflammatory mediators in intervertebral disc degeneration
  11. Possible pathogenesis of painful intervertebral disc degeneration
  12. Expression and role of connective tissue growth factor in painful disc fibrosis and degeneration
  13.  The pathogenesis of discogenic low back pain
  14. Cytokine evaluation in individuals with low back pain using discographic lavage
  15. What is intervertebral disc degeneration, and what causes it?
  16. Insight into neural mechanisms underlying discogenic back pain
  17.  Symptomatic versus Asymptomatic Intervertebral Disc Degeneration: Is Inflammation the Key?
  18. Intervertebral disc, sensory nerves and neurotrophins: who is who in discogenic pain?
  19. Pathomechanisms of discogenic low back pain in humans and animal models
  20. Reasearch on mechanism of neurotrophins in discogenic low back pain
  21. Nerve ingrowth into diseased intervertebral disc in chronic back pain
  22. Nerve growth factor expression and innervation of the painful intervertebral disc
  23. Expression and regulation of neurotrophic and angiogenic factors during human intervertebral disc degeneration
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