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Urolithiasis presenting as right flank pain: a case report

May 21, 2014

Background: Urolithiasis refers to renal or ureteral calculi referred to in lay terminology as a kidney stone. Utolithiasis is a potential emergency often resulting in acute abdominal, low back, flank or groin pain. Chiropractors may encounter patients when they are in acute pain or after they have recovered from the acute phase and should be

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Myxopapillary ependymoma as a cause of back pain in a young male – A case report

May 09, 2014

Objective: Primary spinal cord tumours are rare causes of low back pain but can be a significant cause of morbidity if undiagnosed and untreated. The following is a case of a young male patient presenting with low back pain and radicular symptoms caused by myxopapillary ependymoma. Clinical Features: A nineteen year old male presented to

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