- Differential Diagnosis
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Differential Diagnosis For Nocturnal back pain
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- 10 possible diagnoses found
- Infected organ, Abscesses
- Lumbar disk infection/pyogenic
- Neoplastic Disorders
- Metastatic bone disease
- Vertebral metastasis
- Caudal spinal cord tumor
- Lumbar spinal cord tumor
- Metastasis to spinal cord
- Tumor of spinal canal
- Intraspinal tumor
- Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
- Ankylosing spondylitis (Marie-Strumple)
- Spondyloarthropathy syndrome
- Ache Back, Aches Back, Back ache, Back Aches, Back pain, Back pain (disorder), Back pain (finding), Back pain finding, Back pain unspecified, Back Pains, BACKACHE, Backache (disorder), Backache (finding), Backache disorder, Backache finding, Backache symptom, Backache symptom (disorder), Backache symptom (finding), Backache unspecified, Backache unspecified (disorder), Backache unspecified (finding), Backaches, BACKPAIN, DORSAL BACK PAIN, DORSAL PAIN, Dorsalgia, Dorsalgia (finding), Dorsalgia unspecified, Dorsodynia, Nocturnal, Notalgia, Pain back, Pain dorsal, Pain in back, Pain over the back, Pains Back, Unspecified dorsalgia
Pain originating in the back/spinal area occurring only or usually or simply worse at night.
- External Links Related to Nocturnal back pain
- PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
- NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
- Medscape (eMedicine)
- Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)