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What is Spinal Hemangioma?

Description of the disease

Spinal hemangioma is a benign tumor that develops from the blood vessels of the spine. It usually arises in the vertebral body and can be solitary or multiple.


  • Bone spinal hemangioma
  • Soft tissue hemangioma


Symptoms of spinal hemangioma may include back pain, numbness, muscle weakness, altered sensation in the limbs, and intervertebral disc herniation.


The exact causes of spinal hemangioma are unknown, but genetic and environmental factors are believed to play a role in its development.


Diagnostic techniques for spinal hemangioma may include X-ray, MRI, CT scan, and radionuclide studies.


Treatment for spinal hemangioma may include observation, medication therapy, surgical intervention, and laser coagulation.


Since the exact causes of spinal hemangioma are unknown, there are no specific preventive methods. However, a healthy lifestyle and regular medical check-ups may contribute to early detection and effective treatment.


Spinal hemangioma is treated by a neurosurgeon or oncologist with relevant experience and qualifications.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.