Spinal TB: In the life of a runner, many times we ignore the pain of our body. Due to our busy lifestyle, our eating habits also become irregular. As a result, the body becomes the abode of disease. Many of us have back and neck pain. A lot of times we take this pain lightly and don’t do our full investigation, but a recent study found that ignoring neck and back pain can have detrimental effects on health. These can also be symptoms of TB in the spine.
According to a report in the Daily Jagran, a study by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) found that young people are more likely to suffer from TB infections in the spine. Studies have shown that young people are infected every second with TB infection in the spine. Young people between the ages of 21 and 30 are especially at risk. However, only 10 percent of patients with this problem require surgery and 90 percent are cured by medication alone.
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A recent study by physicians in the AIIMS International Medical Journal (Asian Spine Journal) Is published in. Studies have shown that 50% of patients with bone tuberculosis have a spinal cord infection.
The orthopedic department at Ames conducted the study on 1,652 people, of whom 777 were women (47%) and 875 were men (53%). Studies have shown that the majority of patients with spinal TB were between the ages of 21 and 30. The number of these patients was 33.3%, according to the study. After that, 17.1% of patients ranged in age from 31 to 40 years. At the same time, 15.2% of patients were between the ages of 11 and 20 years.
What was the problem of the patients?
The study found that there were many patients who had no symptoms other than back or neck pain. Studies have shown that the disease is diagnosed about four and a half months after TB infection in the spine. Due to this the disease is caught late.
98% of patients were suffering from back and neck pain.
There were also 4.1% of patients who also suffered from pulmonary TB.
– 6.1% of patients who were previously suffering from pulmonary TB disease.
– 32% were suffering from many other diseases besides TB.
– 3.7% were suffering from kidney disease. 2.7% had liver disease.
– 4.6% had various other diseases.
11.8% of patients had high blood pressure and 9.2% had diabetes.
Symptoms of TB in the spine
When it comes to the symptoms of TB disease in the spine, most of the time there is pain in the back and neck.
- According to the study, 98.1% of such cases have been reported where there is pain in the waist, back and neck.
- Such patients have also been found to have pain in the legs or arms, starting from the spine. Their number is 11.9%.
- The study found fever symptoms in 33% of patients.
- 22.2% of patients complained of loss of appetite.
- 19% of patients had neurological problems.
What do the experts say?
According to Dr. Bhav Bhabuk Gorg, Additional Professor in the Department of Orthopedics at Ames, young people are more active. This makes them more prone to infection. If you have back, neck or back pain for more than 4 weeks, you need to see a doctor. Pain with fever and weight gain are also symptoms of TB. In such cases MRI examination is required.
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Hygiene is essential to prevent TB infection. It is important to wash your hands properly before eating.
Keep the body’s immune system good
– Eat a healthy diet
Cover your face before coughing
Refrain from eating with a cough patient.
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