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02:13 Oct 30, 2001
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Spanish term or phrase: radiacular
medinica-lesiones rediaculares periferales
ceciliarom
Argentina
Local time: 16:29
English translation:radicular
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"Mechanosensitivity of dorsal root ganglia and chronically injured axons: a physiological basis for the radicular pain of nerve root compression.

Howe JF, Loeser JD, Calvin WH
The radicular pain of sciatica was ascribed by Mixter and Barr to compression of the spinal root by a herniated intervertebral disc. It was assumed that root compression produced prolonged firing in the injured sensory fibers and led to pain perceived in the peripheral distribution of those fibers. This concept has been challenged on the basis that acute peripheral nerve compression neuropathies are usually painless. Furthermore, animal experiments have rarely shown more than several seconds of repetitive firing in acutely compressed nerves or nerve roots. It has been suggested that "radicular pain" is actually pain referred to the extremity through activation of deep spinal and paraspinal nociceptors."
(http://williamcalvin.com/1970s/1977Pain.htm)

"Chronic - Headache, poor memory, decreased speed, attention and concentration, decreased psychomotor and perceptual motor functions, chronic meningitis or encephalitis, spastic parapareses, multiple sclerosis like syndrome with abnormal MRI scan, psychiatric like syndrome, ch. peripheral/radicular pain often in the same dermatome of the tick bite such as the 5th cervical or 8-12th thoracic dermatome. Other unproven associations are syndromes possibly similar to ALS, Parkinson's, Guillain-Barre, dementia, adult clumsiness, severe fatigue, subtle mental changes, and pseudotumor cerebri. Borrelia burgdorferi has been cultured from the CSF."
(http://healthalternative.freeyellow.com/lyme_disease_1991.ht...
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David Meléndez Tormen
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Local time: 20:29
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radicular


Explanation:
Check the references below.

Good luck!

"Mechanosensitivity of dorsal root ganglia and chronically injured axons: a physiological basis for the radicular pain of nerve root compression.

Howe JF, Loeser JD, Calvin WH
The radicular pain of sciatica was ascribed by Mixter and Barr to compression of the spinal root by a herniated intervertebral disc. It was assumed that root compression produced prolonged firing in the injured sensory fibers and led to pain perceived in the peripheral distribution of those fibers. This concept has been challenged on the basis that acute peripheral nerve compression neuropathies are usually painless. Furthermore, animal experiments have rarely shown more than several seconds of repetitive firing in acutely compressed nerves or nerve roots. It has been suggested that "radicular pain" is actually pain referred to the extremity through activation of deep spinal and paraspinal nociceptors."
(http://williamcalvin.com/1970s/1977Pain.htm)

"Chronic - Headache, poor memory, decreased speed, attention and concentration, decreased psychomotor and perceptual motor functions, chronic meningitis or encephalitis, spastic parapareses, multiple sclerosis like syndrome with abnormal MRI scan, psychiatric like syndrome, ch. peripheral/radicular pain often in the same dermatome of the tick bite such as the 5th cervical or 8-12th thoracic dermatome. Other unproven associations are syndromes possibly similar to ALS, Parkinson's, Guillain-Barre, dementia, adult clumsiness, severe fatigue, subtle mental changes, and pseudotumor cerebri. Borrelia burgdorferi has been cultured from the CSF."
(http://healthalternative.freeyellow.com/lyme_disease_1991.ht...

David Meléndez Tormen
Spain
Local time: 20:29
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 475
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Leliadoura
20 mins

agree  Tania Marques-Cardoso
1 hr

agree  mónica alfonso
2 hrs

agree  Karla Mabarak: presuming radiacular is misspelled, right?
7 hrs
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agree  Egmont
3 days 6 hrs
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