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NerveRootParasthesia

Nerve Root Parasthesias

QuestionAnswer
C1 None
C2 None
C3 Cheek, side of neck
C4 Horizontal band along clavicle and upper scapula
C5 None
C6 Thumb and index finger
C7 Index, long and ring fingers
C8 Little finger alone or with two adjacent fingers; not ring or long fingers, alone or together (C7)
T1 Disk lesions @ upper 2 thoracic levels dont give rise 2 root weakness of hand intrinsic muscles r due 2 other pathology. Dural & nerve root stress has T1 elbow flex w/ arm horizontal. T1-2 scapulae ->&back on chest wall. Neck flex at any thoracic level
T2 Disk lesions @ upper 2 thoracic levels dont give rise 2 root weakness of hand intrinsic muscles r due 2 other pathology. Dural & nerve root stress has T1 elbow flex w/ arm horizontal. T1-2 scapulae ->&back on chest wall. Neck flex at any thoracic level
T3-12 Articular & dural signs & root pain r common. Root signs (cutaneous analgesia) r rare & have such indefinate are that they have little localizing value. Weakness is not detectable
L1 Groin; after holding posture, which causes pain
L2 Occasionally anterior thigh
L3 Medial knee, anterior lower leg
L4 Medial aspect of calf and ankle
L5 Lateral aspect of leg, medial three toes
S1 Lateral two toes, lateral foot, lateral leg to knee, plantar aspect of foot
S2 Lateral leg, knee and heel
S3 None
S4 Saddle area, genitals, anus, impotence, massive posterior herniation
Created by: Hunter10