Thoracic disk herniation.


Symptomatic thoracic disk herniation is unlikely to be encountered with significant frequency in clinical practice. Subtle manifestations required a high index of suspicion if the work-up is to be efficient. In the appropriate candidate, magnetic resonance imaging is the best screening tool, and it may be the only diagnostic study required. In the… (More)


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