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Reumatologia/Rheumatology
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5/2013
vol. 51
 
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Review paper

Sacroiliac joint as a potential cause of sciatica-like syndrome in lumbar-sacral back pain

Agnieszka Krawczyk-Wasielewska
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Elżbieta Skorupska
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Włodzimierz Samborski

Reumatologia 2013; 51, 5: 384-388
Online publish date: 2013/10/31
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Etiology and pathogenesis of pain in the area of the lumbosacral (LS) spine have been the object of clinical trials over the years. Pain in this area is often associated with discopathy. In clinical studies, more attention is paid to other causes of pain, such as sacroiliac joint dysfunction, hip osteoarthritis or facet joint dysfunction. Causes of low back pain were divided into a component of radicular pain and pseudo-radicular pain. Clinical studies support the concept that indicates the sacroiliac joints as one of the most common causes of pseudo-radicular pain. The pain pattern characteristic of this joint is consistent with its innervation and largely coincides with the location of a radicular pain. The postural pattern in both groups of patients with lumbosacral spine pain also has a lot of similarities. The differentiation of these two causes of LS spine pain only on the basis of symptoms seems to be almost impossible.
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sacroiliac joint, pain pattern, lumbosacral spine pain, sciatica-like syndrome







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