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The integration of a surface electromyography in the clinical decision making process: a case report

July 08, 2014

Objective: To demonstrate how the findings of surface electromyography (S.E.M.G.) were integrated into the clinical decision-making process. Clinical Features: This is a retrospective review of the file of a 27-year-old male suffering from mechanical low back pain. He was evaluated on 3 separate occasions over a 3 year period. History, radiography, functional outcome studies, visual-numerical

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B-Cell lymphoma presenting as mechanical low-back pain with leg pain: the importance of the physical and ultrasound examination of the buttock in patients with low-back and leg pain: a case report

July 02, 2014

Malignancies are an important, although rare, cause of back pain which must be a consideration in patients with certain historical factors, or in patients who do not respond to treatment. This case report emphasizes the importance of performing a thorough examination of any unexplained complaint of low back, buttock or hip pain, the need for

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