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Tabitha A. Washington

, Khalilah Brown

, and Gilbert Fanciullo

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date: 23 April 2021

Probably the most common cause of neuropathic pain, lumbar and cervical radiculopathy are frequently encountered clinical entities while thoracic is more rare. These syndromes may involve an anatomical abnormality and can be gratifying to both diagnose and treat, but a nonanatomical abnormality syndrome is equally as common and presents more of a diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma or even conundrum.

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