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Pseudoradicular Symptoms In Patients Exhibiting the Lumbar Spinal Disc Disease
Tomasz Sipko , Kamil Janicki , Katarzyna Barczyk , Ewa Demczuk-Włodarczyk
Ortop Traumatol Rehabil 2006; 8(6):663-671
ICID: 471256
Article type: Original article
IC™ Value: 6.71
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Introduction: The goal is to describe occurrences of functional motion system disorders in patients who exhibit the lumbar spinal disc disease. It is assumed that the lower back pain- radicular and pseudoradicular is caused by the lumbar spinal disc disease.
Material and methods: Studies were performed in 19 patients who exhibited MRI determined hernia disc in the lumbar spine. Patients were 40-50 years old. Diagnosis of dysfunctions of motion system was determined by utilizing the following manual diagnostic tests: Kibler skin fold test, palpation of spine and pelvis ligaments exams, examination of painfulness processus spinosus, areas of active pain points in muscle tissue; and further examined the state of nerve irritation in accordance to Laseque test and cross Laseque test.
Results: The study results indicate symptoms of syndrom pseudoradiatic pain occurred in the majority of examined patients (40-60%). Examination of a localized irritation in the area of dermantom lead to the conclusion that skin pain occurred at L3-S1 levels (60-80% of examined patients) and Th5-Th7 (30-35% of examined patients). The analysis of pain occurrences in the area of pelvis ligaments , lead to the conclusion that all examined ligaments are susceptible for irritations.
Conclusions: This particular group of examined patients experienced lower back pain as a result of radicular or/and pseudoradicular pain . Subsequently, any physical therapy treatments in patients who suffer from the lumbars spinal disc disease should be performed individually in each patient because of radicular or pseudoradicular symptoms.

ICID 471256
PMID 17581518 - click here to show this article in PubMed
 
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