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Extraspinal sciatic injury

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Hatice Tuba Sanal
Sciatica may result from pathologies affecting the nerve both in its intraspinal and extraspinal course. In daily routine, the vast majority of cases are caused by herniation of the lumbar discs compressing the neural roots. Extraspinal causes of sciatic pain are usually underestimated and the imaging study may be completed after reporting the lumbar MRIs. However, early diagnosis of the exact etiology of sciatica is paramount for both relieving the symptoms and preventing any additional neurologic injury. In this pictorial assay, some relatively rare causes of sciatic neuralgia along the route of the sciatic nerve after leaving the sacral foramen will be displayed...
November 2016: Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology: Official Journal of the Turkish Society of Radiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24878283/magnetic-resonance-neurography-evaluation-of-chronic-extraspinal-sciatica-after-remote-proximal-hamstring-injury-a-preliminary-retrospective-analysis
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Matthew D Bucknor, Lynne S Steinbach, David Saloner, Cynthia T Chin
OBJECT: Extraspinal sciatica can present unique challenges in clinical diagnosis and management. In this study, the authors evaluated qualitative and quantitative patterns of sciatica-related pathology at the ischial tuberosity on MR neurography (MRN) studies performed for chronic extraspinal sciatica. METHODS: Lumbosacral MRN studies obtained in 14 patients at the University of California, San Francisco between 2007 and 2011 were retrospectively reviewed. The patients had been referred by neurosurgeons or neurologists for chronic unilateral sciatica (≥ 3 months), and the MRN reports described asymmetrical increased T2 signal within the sciatic nerve at the level of the ischial tuberosity...
August 2014: Journal of Neurosurgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20647515/ct-and-mri-in-the-evaluation-of-extraspinal-sciatica
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T Ergun, H Lakadamyali
Sciatica is the most frequently encountered symptom in neurosurgical practice and is observed in 40% of adults at some point in their lives. It is described as pain of the hip and the lower extremity secondary to pathologies affecting the sciatic nerve within its intraspinal or extraspinal course. The most frequent cause is a herniating lumbar disc pressing on the neural roots. Extraspinal causes of sciatic pain are usually overlooked because they are extremely rare and due to intraspinal causes (lumbar spinal stenosis, facet joint osteoarthritis, fracture, and tumors of the spinal cord and spinal column) being the main consideration...
September 2010: British Journal of Radiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11290501/the-value-of-mr-neurography-for-evaluating-extraspinal-neuropathic-leg-pain-a-pictorial-essay
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K R Moore, J S Tsuruda, A T Dailey
Fifteen patients with neuropathic leg pain referable to the lumbosacral plexus or sciatic nerve underwent high-resolution MR neurography. Thirteen of the patients also underwent routine MR imaging of the lumbar segments of the spinal cord before undergoing MR neurography. Using phased-array surface coils, we performed MR neurography with T1-weighted spin-echo and fat-saturated T2-weighted fast spin-echo or fast spin-echo inversion recovery sequences, which included coronal, oblique sagittal, and/or axial views...
April 2001: AJNR. American Journal of Neuroradiology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/3580830/a-reassessment-of-the-accuracy-of-reinnervation-by-motoneurons-following-crushing-or-freezing-of-the-sciatic-or-lumbar-spinal-nerves-of-rats
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M C Brown, V J Hardman
The accuracy of reinnervation in peripheral nerves following second degree injuries, which do not disrupt the longitudinal continuity of the endoneurial sheaths, has been studied in rats. The sciatic nerve or lumbar spinal nerves (that is the extraspinal nerves before their fusion in the sciatic plexus) were crushed with fine watchmakers' forceps in neonatal and adult rats. In addition, the lumbar spinal nerves were frozen in a group of 5 adult rats. After allowing reinnervation to occur for 5 to 9 weeks, the motoneurons whose axons ran in the plantar nerve were labelled retrogradely with horseradish peroxidase...
June 1987: Brain: a Journal of Neurology
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