Unusual Clinical Presentations of Cervical or Lumbar Dorsal Ramus Syndrome

@inproceedings{Kim2014UnusualCP,
  title={Unusual Clinical Presentations of Cervical or Lumbar Dorsal Ramus Syndrome},
  author={Shin Jae Kim and Myeong Jin Ko and Young Seok Lee and Seung Won Park and Young Baeg Kim and Chan Jong Chung},
  booktitle={Korean Journal of Spine},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE Patients with cervical (CDRS) or lumbar dorsal ramus syndrome (LDRS) are characterized by neck or low back pain with referred pain to upper or lower extremities. However, we experienced some CDRS or LDRS patients with unusual motor or bladder symptoms. We analyzed and reviewed literatures on the unusual symptoms identified in patients with CDRS or LDRS. METHODS This study included patients with unusual symptoms and no disorders of spine and central nervous system, a total of 206… CONTINUE READING