Disease Information for Lumbar Radiculopathy: Clinical Manifestations

Signs & Symptoms
Buttock Pain
Anorgasmic male
Anal sphincter/loss of tone/reflex
Bowel/Stool Incontinence
Constipation in Elderly
Distal Muscle Weakness
Hip Inner Thigh Pain
Leg/lower extremity pains
Paravertebral muscle spasms/back
Proximal lower extremity weakness
Pseudoclaudication syndrome
Thigh muscle atrophy
Thigh pain
Absent knee reflexes
Ankle reflexes absent
Hyporeflexia/DTRs decreased
Knee reflex decrease
L5 Dermatome signs
Lateral feet loss/sensation
Lateral foot/hypesthesia
Limb weakness/signs
Neuropathic Epicritic Pain
Numbness/dysesthesia one leg
Sensory defects/lower extremities
Unable to Walk on Toes
Weak dorsiflexion/great toe/unilateral
Weak eversion effort/foot
Weak plantar flexion/foot
Anorgasmia/Orgasm Dysfunction
Anorgasmic Female
Acute Back Pain
Back Pain
Back Pain on Percussion/Spine
Back Pain Severe
Back pain/low unilateral
Back pain/Positional changes/mechanical
Back pain/radiating back of leg/unilateral
Back/neurogenic claudication syndrome
Back/Spine/Axial Pain
Backache/worse going up hill
Chronic Back Pain
Chronic lumbar neuropathic pain syndrome
Disuse pain of back
Hip Pain
Lateral Knee Pain/Tenderness
Limited spine motion/stiffness
Limping gait/orthopedic/antalgic
Low Back Pain
Low Back Pain in Elderly
Low Back Pain Worse with Cough Valsalva or Strain
Lumbar pain, acute
Lumbar spine limited motion
Lumbosacral Pain
Medial Knee Pain/Tenderness
Patrick Sign/dorsiflexion foot/sciatic pain positive
Pelvic girdle pain
Sacrum area back pain
Spine pain/vertebral skeletal pain
Straight leg raise limited/unilateral
Valsalva Cough increases Back Pain
Costovertebral Angle Pain/Tenderness
Flank Pain
Leg Pain Worse with Cough or Sneeze
Chronic Pain Symptoms
Difficulty rising from chair
Intolerant to leaning forward
Unable to bend/tie shoes etc.