Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling

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Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling. / Hansen, Bjarke Brandt; Dons, Kjeld; Hansen, Philip; Bliddal, Henning; Boesen, Mikael Ploug.

I: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Bind 178, Nr. 6, V09150721, 08.02.2016.

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Hansen, BB, Dons, K, Hansen, P, Bliddal, H & Boesen, MP 2016, 'Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling', Ugeskrift for Laeger, bind 178, nr. 6, V09150721.

APA

Hansen, B. B., Dons, K., Hansen, P., Bliddal, H., & Boesen, M. P. (2016). Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 178(6), [V09150721].

Vancouver

Hansen BB, Dons K, Hansen P, Bliddal H, Boesen MP. Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 2016 feb 8;178(6). V09150721.

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Hansen, Bjarke Brandt ; Dons, Kjeld ; Hansen, Philip ; Bliddal, Henning ; Boesen, Mikael Ploug. / Stillingsbetinget rodtryk hos en rygpatient med bensmerter i stående stilling. I: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 2016 ; Bind 178, Nr. 6.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Six months after L5 hemilaminectomy and discectomy a patient experienced diffuse radiating symptoms to the right leg, especially in the standing position. Conventional supine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed some scar tissue in the L5 spinal recess but no signs of nerve root compression to neurogenic claudication. Subsequently, an MRI with the patient in standing position displayed lateral recess stenosis and nerve root compression. This supports the notion that spinal stenosis should be regarded as a dynamic phenomenon also in the diagnostic workup setting.",
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AU - Hansen, Bjarke Brandt

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AU - Hansen, Philip

AU - Bliddal, Henning

AU - Boesen, Mikael Ploug

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N2 - Six months after L5 hemilaminectomy and discectomy a patient experienced diffuse radiating symptoms to the right leg, especially in the standing position. Conventional supine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed some scar tissue in the L5 spinal recess but no signs of nerve root compression to neurogenic claudication. Subsequently, an MRI with the patient in standing position displayed lateral recess stenosis and nerve root compression. This supports the notion that spinal stenosis should be regarded as a dynamic phenomenon also in the diagnostic workup setting.

AB - Six months after L5 hemilaminectomy and discectomy a patient experienced diffuse radiating symptoms to the right leg, especially in the standing position. Conventional supine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed some scar tissue in the L5 spinal recess but no signs of nerve root compression to neurogenic claudication. Subsequently, an MRI with the patient in standing position displayed lateral recess stenosis and nerve root compression. This supports the notion that spinal stenosis should be regarded as a dynamic phenomenon also in the diagnostic workup setting.

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KW - Journal Article

UR - http://ugeskriftet.dk/videnskab/stillingsbetinget-rodtryk-hos-en-rygpatient-med-bensmerter-i-staaende-stilling

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