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- adj. Pertaining to a root or to a radicle; specifically, pertaining to the roots of the spinal nerves, or arteries which accompany nerve roots into the spinal cord.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to roots, or the root of a plant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by the presence of a radicle or radicles.
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A patient's back pain was classified as radicular or axial by an interdisciplinary team of at least two experienced physicians-usually a rheumatologist and a neurosurgeon-and a spinal physiotherapist, who were not involved in the study.
One example of peripheral neuropathic pain is "radicular" low back pain (also called sciatica).
I found your principles extremely easy to adapt, and began running with minimal radicular pain, despite training vigorously on hills.
The study tested the injections as a viable treatment for lumbar radicular pain
Our anti-TNF epidural injection for the treatment of radicular pain including sciatica will enter a Phase I to study over the next few months.
It successfully developed our TNF inhibitor therapy could allow patients suffering from radicular pain to recover more rapidly, delaying or perhaps avoiding the risk and expense of surgery.
We plan to develop our anti-TNF antibody for the treatment of radicular pain, including sciatica.
The Phase III program with this molecule will focus on the treatment of radicular pain, including sciatica with an epidural injection.
To compare the AUCs of ROC curves, we generated an estimated covariance matrix based on a nonparametric approach using the theory on generalized Sensitivity, specificity, and positive and negative predictive values for identifying patients with radicular back pain and the corresponding two-sided 95\% confidence intervals (CIs) are provided for each diagnostic method.
(B) Patients with DN, PHN, and radicular LBP were distributed across the clusters C1 to C6, whereas patients with axial LBP almost exclusively formed the clusters C7 and C8.