Definitions

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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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Examples

  • 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.

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  • One example of peripheral neuropathic pain is "radicular" low back pain (also called sciatica).

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  • I found your principles extremely easy to adapt, and began running with minimal radicular pain, despite training vigorously on hills.

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  • The study tested the injections as a viable treatment for lumbar radicular pain

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • We plan to develop our anti-TNF antibody for the treatment of radicular pain, including sciatica.

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  • The Phase III program with this molecule will focus on the treatment of radicular pain, including sciatica with an epidural injection.

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  • 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.

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  • (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.

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