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Lumbar Spine Injury with Radiating Pain
Lumbar Spine Injury with Radiating Pain

This medical exhibit depicts one silhouette (outline) view of the lower torso, hips and legs illustrating the distribution of pain in this case. This image shows the skeletal anatomy of this region, as well as the nerves including the nerve roots at each level of the spine and which course down the legs. A bright flash of red over the L4-5 level represents the site of the initial injury. This red color radiates across the lower back and down along the nerves through the right buttock and down into the right leg representing the radiculopathy in this case.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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