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The Diagnostic Accuracy of Gluteal Trigger Points to Differentiate Radicular from Non-radicular Low Back Pain.

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Summary of "The Diagnostic Accuracy of Gluteal Trigger Points to Differentiate Radicular from Non-radicular Low Back Pain."

Low back pain (LBP) is highly prevalent and costly to the society. Previous studies have shown an association between radicular LBP and trigger points in the superior-lateral quadrant of the gluteal area (GTrP). The objective of current study was to evaluate the diagnostic value of GTrP to predict nerve root involvement among patients with LBP.

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Name: The Clinical journal of pain
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