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Balasa D.; Ciufu Carmen; Baz R.; Hancu Anca (2016)
Publisher: De Gruyter Open
Journal: ARS Medica Tomitana
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Lumbar disc hernia, disapeared spontaneously, R, Medicine

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mesheuropmc: musculoskeletal diseases
We present a patient with left compressive L5-S1 lumbar disc hernia in lateral reces and foramina revealed by high intensity pain (Visual Autologus Scale 7/10) and paresthesias on the left S1 dermatoma for 5 months. He refused surgery and followed conservative treatment with very good results after 6 months. The radicular S1 pain became of a small intensity (Visual Autologus Scale 2-3/10) and intermitent and after one year it completely disapeared. After 4 years he repeated the lumbar magnetic resonance imaging which proved the disapearance of the L5-S1 lumbar disc hernia.
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