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Idiopathic Lumbosacral plexopathy or?? Help!

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  • Posted By: niccemice
  • March 16, 2009
  • 09:00 PM

18 year old young boy 2 year ago without reason on a full health background start to feel
acute burning pain-lateral side of hip and anterior side of tibia(crus), some time later that pain become middle intensivity and it still live, 6 mounth ago he notice diffuse leg atrophy more in proximal side.Other neurologic examination is fully ok,MRI showes spondilolistesis in L1-2-3-4-5 but without compression spinal nerve trunk.Reflexes D
will be very thankfull for attention !!!!

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  • Go get evaluated by a chiropractor who does manual manipulation and preferably knows the Cox technique. He should be able to evaluate if he can help you fairly quickly though treatment can take up to a year depending on cause and severity of condition. 18 year old young boy 2 year ago without reason on a full health background start to feelacute burning pain-lateral side of hip and anterior side of tibia(crus), some time later that pain become middle intensivity and it still live, 6 mounth ago he notice diffuse leg atrophy more in proximal side.Other neurologic examination is fully ok,MRI showes spondilolistesis in L1-2-3-4-5 but without compression spinal nerve trunk.Reflexes D will be very thankfull for attention !!!!
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