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Would a haemangioma on my spine be a cause of pain? Do they need to be treated?

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Dr. Carl Decker
Radiology

In brief: Typically not.....

Spinal hemangimoas are typically not a source of pain.
However, they are rarely symptomatic and may require therapy. In this case you may be referred to a pain specialist and possibly an interventional radiologist.

In brief: Typically not.....

Spinal hemangimoas are typically not a source of pain.
However, they are rarely symptomatic and may require therapy. In this case you may be referred to a pain specialist and possibly an interventional radiologist.
Dr. Carl Decker
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