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Abstract

The intervertebral disc consists of an annulus fibrosus and a vibrating nucleus around it.  The articular surface of the vertebrae is tightly connected to the bone discs from below and from above.  The inner surface of the vertebral disc is composed of thick and dense collagen fibers.  The histological appearance of the connective tissue in different areas of the disc is different. Treatment of protrusion and hernia of the spine is based on the histochemical and pathomorphological data of the disc structure. Will contribute to an increase in the effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment.

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spine hernia spinal disc symphysis annulus fibrosus rotating nucleus uncle

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Juraevich, M. N. (2021). The Importance of Pathomorphological Analysis of the Fibrous Ring and Vircular Nucleus in Diagnostics and Treatment in Disc Churros. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES, 2(5), 16-18. https://doi.org/10.47494/cajmns.v2i5.281

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