Can bone spurs resolve spontaneously?
- MarcLv 71 month ago
Short answer is no.
- Anonymous1 month ago
No. Bone spurs are bony projections that develop along bone edges. Bone spurs (osteophytes) often form where bones meet each other — in your joints. They can also form on the bones of your spine. The main cause of bone spurs is the joint damage associated with osteoarthritis.
Bone spurs can be seen on MRI or even X-ray.
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- 1 month ago
Bone spurs (also called osteophytes) are smooth,hard bumps of extra bone that form on the ends of bones.
They often pop up in the joints -- the places where two bones meet.
Bone spurs can form on many parts of your body, including your:
Most bone spurs don't cause problems.
But if they rub against other bones or press on nerves, you might experience pain and stiffness.