Neuropathic leg pain – Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Mechanisms of nerve injury and Clinical assessment

Patients with disorders of the peripheral nervous system (mononeuropathy, polyneuropathy, plexopathy or radiculopathy) often present with the chief complaint of pain in one or both legs. Of course, leg pain of vascular and orthopedic etiology is ultimately perceived via the peripheral nervous…

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  1. Patients with disorders of the peripheral nervous system (mononeuropathy, polyneuropathy, plexopathy or radiculopathy) often present with the chief complaint of pain in one or both legs. Of course, leg pain of vascular and orthopedic etiology is ultimately perceived via the peripheral nervous system and may share many attributes of pain derived from primary disease of the nerves.

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