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Question by  Varun (25)

What does it mean when the doctor says I have effacement of the vertal thecal sac?

The doctor mentioned that I have vertal thecal sac effacement.


Answer by  severaltimes (247)

This condition indicates that the front of the material covering the spinal cord has thinned. It could be due to a protruding disk.


Answer by  Taran (716)

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