Lumbar disc herniation
A herniated disc is the exit of part of the interior of an intervertebral disc (nucleus pulposus) through its outer envelope (fibrous ring). Its clinical manifestation, in the lumbar region, is most often sciatica (L5 or S1 roots) or cruralgia (L3 or L4 roots). When it is median, it can manifest as lower back pain as the only symptom. Its treatment is initially conservative, then in case of failure, infiltrations or possibly an operation are considered.
Hernies dicales: fréquence
Hernies discales lombaires: clinique
Syndrome vertébral lombaire: évaluation
Syndrome radiculaire lombaire: évaluation
Syndrome de la queue de cheval
Syndrome de la queue de cheval
Hernie discale lombaires: stades
 
Lumbar disc herniation: Treatments
Schéma bloc facettaire lombaire intra-articulaire pour hernie discale
 
Lumbar disc herniation: Postoperative complications
Hernies discales lombaires: complications postopératoires
Hernies discales lombaires: complications postopératoires, brèche durale
Hernies discales lombaires: complications postopératoires, infections