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Spinal radiculopathy

Spinal radiculopathy is the general name of inflammatory or degenerative lesions of spinal nerve roots caused by various reasons. The lesion can invade the spinal nerve root of any segment of neck, chest, waist and sacrum. Clinically, the cervical thoracic nerve root and lumbosacral nerve are the most frequently involved, which can cause shoulder and back pain and low back pain.


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