Tarlov cyst

Tar·lov cyst

(tar'lŏv),
a perineural cyst found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord; usually produces symptoms.

Tar·lov cyst

(tahr'lov sist)
A perineural lesion found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord. It is usually productive of symptoms.

Tarlov,

Isadore Max, U.S. surgeon, 1905-1977.
Tarlov cyst - a perineural cyst found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord.
Tarlov nerve elevator
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In addition, 1 to 5% of patients with low back pain or sciatica have a sacral Tarlov cyst [15-17], a perineural cyst that communicates with the dural sac and is filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Murtagh, "Prevalence and percutaneous drainage of cysts of the sacral nerve root sheath (Tarlov cysts)," American Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
KEY WORDS: chiropractic, perineural cyst, Tarlov cyst, sciatica
Tarlov cyst. Available from: http://radiopaedia.org/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93& q=tarlov+cyst&scope=all [Accessed 19 January 2016].
(3) Tarlov cysts are rare and arise from the perineurium membrane surrounding the spinal nerve root, near the dorsal root ganglion.
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The clinical relevance of Tarlov cysts. J Spinal Disord Tech.
They are called Tarlov cysts. I am currently waiting to go in for another operation on my spine to try and sort them.