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Hemangioma on vertebrae

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Hello,
I recently had an MRI done of my lower back. I have a Hemangioma at T12 vertabrae. I am worried about this because I had one before. But the other one was external. Any information would be helpful. And what type of specialist I should see for this.

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  1. Hemangioma is benign tumor of the blood vessels and typically do not cause any problems. They can however grow and become symtomatic. Most doctors won’t mess with them unless they are causing symtoms (pain, neuralgia etc.) The doctor of choice would be a neurosurgeon.

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