discrrelations were seen between painful disk herniation and job strain and painful disk herniation and smoking.
lumbar disk herniation.
The surgery also appears to reverse hindbrain herniation, in which the back of the brain slips down into the spinal canal.
More serious defects involving herniation of abdominal contents outside the infant's body are omphalocele and gastroschisis.
Type II malformation, sometimes called Arnold Chiari malformation, is more severe than Type I and involves herniation of a more significant part of the cerebellum, part of the fourth ventricle, and parts of the brain stem.