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Anatomy and pathophysiology of back pain 

Anatomy and pathophysiology of back pain
Anatomy and pathophysiology of back pain

Andrew Souter

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date: 29 July 2021

Many patients with back pain do not have the anatomical cause of their pain identified accurately

The anatomical components of the lumbosacral spine include bones, joints, ligaments, nerves and discs

A knowledge of anatomy in conjunction with the pattern of pain may guide the clinician to the anatomical site of pain...

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