HOW IS THE LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION BURST FORMED?
In the simple phrase, the lumbar disc herniation burst is the saying used to express that hernia is too large. The size and grade of the lumbar disc herniation is determined by the image on the MRI. The medical name of hernia is nucleus pulposus, and the medical name of connective tissue surrounding the hernia is called anulus fibrosus. The lumbar disc herniation is that hernia passes through the structure which is surrounding it, goes out thoroughly and compress the spinal cord and spinal nerves. Because of the severe nerve compression in the lumbar disc herniation burst, the pain does not usually respond to drugs and physical therapy. Treatment of lumbar disc herniation burst usually needs intervention with microsurgery.