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Herniated Disc L4-L5

disc. 2. The patient may suffer from lower back pain, Lt. radicular pain or both. 3. Surgery was offered to the patient. MR ...

Myofascial back pain in a patient diagnosed with mild disc degeneration

Myofascial Back Pain short_summary:  ... the right, where the root of L5 arrives from this side. Radicular arachnoid cysts at S1-S2 in right paramedian area . Cone and ...

List of Symptoms

of (high intensity) Abdominal mass Abdominal pain Abdominal pains Abdominalgia Abnormal bleeding Absence ... after physical exercise) Lt knee pain Lt radicular pain(intractable radicular pain) Lumbalgia Lumbar pain ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from double disc protrusion

Lower Back Pain short_summary:  ... 1. I assume the patient has combined mechanical and Lt. radicular pain. 2. The pain lasts for about 6 months, unrelieved by ...

Chronic talalgia of undetermined nature

Chronic ankle pain short_summary:  ... with compression on the proximal portion of the L5 radicular pouch of this side.” - Lower limbs CT scan with ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

Marie Tooth disease Chemical cystitis Chest pain Chiasmatic-hypothalamic glioma Cholangitis Cholecyst ... Chronic or permanent atrial fibrillation Chronic pain Chronic pancreatitis Chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) ... cancer Coma Combined mechanical and Lt radicular pain Common childhood exanthems Compartment degenerative ...

Cervical Disk Hernia_3

therapy, medications, and injections to help with the radicular pain, given the severe stenosis, he will likely, eventually and invariably, ...

Spinal column pathology - additional opinion

39-year-old male experienced in 1994 intense lower back pain after lifting weights, with spontaneous resolution. In 2006, he again ... surface of both thighs. EMG (05/2007): Slight radicular neurogenic pain at L5 on left. In addition to known findings, the ...

Back Pain with Partial Sensory Leg Anesthesia

Back Pain and Loss of Sensation ... treatment attributed to the L4-5 disc herniation (Lt L5 radicular pain) can be treated by surgery . In my opinion surgery should ... only if this disc is causing symptoms (e.g. rt. radicular pain in the S1 distribution). Surgery can be done as a minimally ...

Left lumbosciatic pain from L4-L5 and L5-S1 annular protrusion

Left lumbosciatic pain short_summary:  ... 1. I assume the patient has combined mechanical and Lt. radicular pain. 2. The pain lasts for about 6 months, unrelieved by ...

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