radicular pain


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ra·dic·u·lar pain

(ră-dik'yū-lăr pān)
Pain along the pathway of a spinal nerve.

radicular pain

Pain that radiates away from the spinal column through an extremity or the torso resulting from the compression or irritation of a spinal nerve root or large paraspinal nerve. It may be accompanied by numbness or tingling.
See also: pain
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Of all the factors studied, radicular pain was highly predictive of a good outcome (p = 0.
Comparative effectiveness of cervical transforaminal injections with particulate and nonparticulate corticosteroid preparations for cervical radicular pain.
In immunocompetent individuals, the zoster rash is usually confined to 1 or 2 dermatomes[25] and is associated with severe radicular pain.
Boezaart et al describe a patient who suffered permanent injury to the C5 and C6 nerve roots after having an interscalene catheter forcibly removed despite the presence of radicular pain (13).
Following an episode of acute atraumatic lower back pain, the woman experienced intermittent (and ultimately chronic) lower back pain and right sided radicular pain.
What are the common causes of referred or radicular pain in the lower limb?
For 90% of patients, PLIF is expected to relieve radicular pain immediately after surgery (Fritzell, Hagg, Wessberg, & Nordwall, 2002), due to direct decompression of the spinal nerve roots and stabilization of the spine.
But TESI are proven effective for managing radicular pain due to spinal stenosis or herniated disk, making the treatment an attractive option for patients who are either unwilling to undergo decompressive spinal surgery or have medical contraindications for surgery, Rajeev K.
A 69-year-old female with a 4-year history of LBP was admitted to our department due to sudden onset of radicular pain in the left leg.
However, the PIL approach was more effective in targeting low back pain with radicular pain that was secondary to lumbar disk disease, compared to the MIL approach.