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Can a bone spur grow on a facet joint 1 month after an injury?

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Dr. Karen Johnston-Jones
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Yes

The answer is yes.
Injury to an area increases blood supply, brings inflammatory cells ; chemicals into the area, and for bone or ligament injuries, the formation of a bone spur is not unusual.

In brief: Yes

The answer is yes.
Injury to an area increases blood supply, brings inflammatory cells ; chemicals into the area, and for bone or ligament injuries, the formation of a bone spur is not unusual.
Dr. Karen Johnston-Jones
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