Chemical radiculitis

@article{Peng2007ChemicalR,
  title={Chemical radiculitis},
  author={B. Peng and W. Wu and Zhenzhou Li and J. Guo and X. Wang},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2007},
  volume={127},
  pages={11-16}
}
Abstract The theory of chemical radiculitis had been put forward about 30 years ago, but as yet it has not been proved by clinical studies. The aim of the current studies was to determine whether the annular tear of a painful disc proved by discography is the cause of radiating leg pain (radiculopathy) in patients with discogenic low back pain. Forty‐two patients with discogenic low back pain at single disc level with concomitant radiating leg pain were studied in order to analyse the… Expand
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