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clinical and not investigation based decision is supreme

surprise...m/45, severe excruciating rt.L5 radicular pain, 2 days, h/o heavy weight lifting, SLR strongly +, no fever.. suspected large prolapsed disc L4-5, got MRI, reported 4-5 proplased disc, was not convinced, did not operate, two days later he developed this...dilemma solved.. he is recovering with app medicines..... diagnosis?

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yes..its herpes zoster.. when MRI doesn't correlate with clinical picture, its prudent to wait and watch as I did in this case

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Herpes zoster

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? HERPES ZOSTER ..

Tnx Dr Gyanendranath Tripathy
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? HERPES ZOSTER

Thanks Dr. Kute Ankush
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Indeed it is Herpes zoster

Thanx dr Yashesh Dalal
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Herpes zoster

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HERPES zoster

Herpes zoster

?Herpes Zoster

yes..its herpes zoster.. when MRI doesn't correlate with clinical picture, its prudent to wait and watch as I did in this case

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