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The 3 minute back exam. Dr Bruce Thompson, Lead GPwSI Southern Orthopedic ICATS

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"Back torment" Very obscure non-particular term "Stomach agony" would not be depicted when all is said in done terms for determination or treatment. Should be as particular as could be expected under the circumstances – consider fiery, uncontrollable, neuropathic, mechanical and so forth Evidence premise languishes over being non-particular – unsatisfactory medications connected to patients

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Sources of back agony Intervertebral circle – external 1/third Vertebra – body or back structures Muscles Thoracolumbar belt Dura mater Epidural plexus Ligaments Joints – aspect or sacroiliac Intra-stomach

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Discogenic torment Internal plate interruption is the cardinal obsessive premise for lumbar discogenic torment. The pervasiveness of IDD is 40% in patients with endless LBP Diagnosis is by +ve circle incitement at influenced level with –ve incitement above/underneath

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Posterolateral plate prolapse

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Disk certainties If plate contracted more constrain goes on aspects 75% of circle hydration lost in 1 st hour of waking – secure spine then as 18% loss of quality Compressive power  endplate # Facets limit torsion however can get edge tear of plate Degeneration frequently hereditary – FH of OA Disks are biggest avascular structures in the body

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Dural alluded torment Dural jolts cause alluded torment to be felt in the "pantaloon" circulation.

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Gross order of LBP Red banner issue Radiculopathy – intense or endless Mechanical – intense or constant

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Red Flags (an) Age <20 or > 55 years Violent injury  ? # Constant dynamic non-mechanical agony Thoracic torment PMH Carcinoma Systemic steroids Drug misuse/HIV

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Red Flags (b) Systemically unwell, weight reduction Saddle anesthesia, GIT/GUS upset Persisting serious restriction of flexion Widespread neurological deficiency Structural disfigurement

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History - ? enthusiastic dialect Age and occupation – accurate points of interest Sports and preparing/instructing – definite subtle elements Onset and length Site and spread Symptoms – components influencing Other joint issues PMH/FH Drugs Treatment to date – who, what, when.

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General Observation Face Posture Gait Simple developments Activities

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Inspection Bony disfigurement Color changes Wasting Swelling Scars

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Active Movements - for agony, extent and readiness – in lumbar spine dynamic "streams" into inactive because of gravity Extension Side flexion Forward flexion

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Tests while standing Single leg standing – Trendelenburg\'s sign Calf raise – one-sided One-legged hyperextension - spondylolysis Flexibility – quadriceps, hamstrings, adductors, calf muscles

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Supine Hip scope of development Sacro-iliac joint tests – FABER & shear Straight leg raising – include predisposition Sensation Reflexes

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Lumbosacral dermatomes L4 – enormous toe L5 – parallel toes S1 – stand on S2 – slip on S3 – sit on S4 - perianal

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Myotomes – greatest power to test power and torment L2 Psoas - hip flexion L3 Quadriceps - knee expansion L4 Tibialis foremost - lower leg dorsiflexion L5 Ext. Lobby. Long. - huge toe dorsiflexion S1 Peroneals - lower leg eversion

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Prone Hip augmentation  Femoral stretch test Sacral pressure Lumbar expansion – McKenzie Test Lumbar vertebral augmentation pushes Gluteal muscle tone

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Dynamic tests Quick test-drop to crouching then ascent Muscle perseverance of flexors, extensors, side flexors Gun-puppy, side scaffold, connecting Core steadiness parity and co-appointment Shear solidness test

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MRI spine

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Malingering? Juddering developments Flip test – SLR then sit with legs augmented Hoover test – glass calcaneus in every hand and feel counter-weight on SLR Axial stacking on head/cervical spine Simulated revolution – of legs not spine

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Beware! The unusual however relentless patient

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