What is lumbosacral?

A lumbosacral spine X-ray, or lumbar spine X-ray, is an imaging test that helps your doctor view the anatomy of your lower back. The lumbar spine is made up of five vertebral bones. The sacrum is the bony “shield” at the back of your pelvis. It’s located below the lumbar spine.

What does lumbosacral radiculopathy mean? Lumbosacral radiculopathy is a condition in which a disease process affects the function of one or more lumbosacral nerve roots. The most common cause is structural (ie, disc herniation or degenerative spinal stenosis) leading to root compression.

What is lumbosacral strain condition? Lumbosacral strain is a medical condition which occurs in case of any injury to the lower back muscles. The injury generally results due to quick and forceful bending or twisting of the back and is the main cause of the lumbosacral strain in most cases.

What is lumbrosacral neuritis/radiculitis? Lumbar radiculitis – Lumbar radiculitis is a compression of nerve roots in the lower part of the back , called lumbar spine. The most common lumbar radiculitis is sciatica, or radicular pain emanating from the sciatic nerve. The pain can radiate from the lower spine to lower back, glutes, upper thigh, calf, and foot.

What is the L5-S1 lumbosacral joint? L5-S1 is the joint that connects these bones. It is composed of the last bone in the low back, called L5, and the triangularly shaped bone beneath, known as the sacrum. The sacrum is made of five fused bones of which the S1 is the topmost.

What is L5 S1 radiculopathy?

What is L5 S1 radiculopathy? When a nerve at the L4-5 or L5-S1 level is affected (bottom two levels), this dermatome is usually the sciatic nerve, which runs down the back of each leg to the foot. Radicular pain may also be accompanied by numbness and tingling, muscle weakness and loss of specific reflexes.

What is L5 nerve pain? L5 nerve compression causes pain along the outer border of the back of your thigh, while S1 nerve compression causes pain in your calf and the bottom of your foot. This pain can range from mild to severe and may be constant or intermittent.

What is the prognosis for radiculopathy? The prognosis for patients with cervical radiculopathy is excellent , with proper treatment. Nonoperative treatment is effective in 80-90% of patients.

What is L3 nerve? The L3 nerve contributes to the femoral nerve. The main muscle complex innervated by the L3 nerve is quadriceps femorus group. Pain and numbness typically will radiate to the buttocks, possibly the back of the thigh, the front of the lower thigh and sometimes slightly below the front of the knee.