|compression fracture vertebral body||1.68||0.3||1605||60|
|l1 vertebral body compression fracture icd 10||1.31||0.7||4786||28|
|l2 vertebral body compression fracture||1.24||0.9||9580||65|
|l2 vertebral body compression fracture icd 10||0.26||0.1||3254||72|
|t12 compression fracture vertebral body||0.36||0.9||818||64|
|t9 vertebral body compression fracture icd 10||0.86||0.7||8780||76|
|compression fracture of vertebral body||1.6||1||8352||62|
Compression fractures usually heal on their own in about 3 months. While that happens, your doctor may suggest you try some things at home that can make you feel better, such as pain medicines, rest, physical therapy, or a back brace. You can often get relief with an over-the counter drug like ibuprofen or acetaminophen.What is the main cause of vertebral fracture?
Vertebral compression fractures can be caused by osteoporosis, trauma, and diseases affecting bone (pathologic fracture). Osteoporosis Osteoporosis is a disease of bone in which bone density is reduced, which may increase the chance that a person could sustain a vertebral compression fracture with little or no trauma.