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Clinical presentations of the lumbar spine 

Clinical presentations of the lumbar spine
Clinical presentations of the lumbar spine

Jeremy Fairbank

and Elaine Buchanan

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date: 05 July 2022

Classification of back pain has proved challenging

This is important both for clinical practice and research

MRI scanning is important for radicular pain but can be difficult in back pain patients as there is such a high incidence of asymptomatic abnormality.

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