Cauda equina

The collection of spinal nerve roots, arising from lumbar pairs two through five, sacral pairs one through five, and the coccygeal nerve, that branch off the conus medularis at the termination of the spinal cord, and float freely within the lumbar cistern before exiting the spinal column at the appropriate vertebra.

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Cauda Equina syndrome - Extradural Schwannoma at L5 level

65 yr old male,presented with bilateral intermittent pain in the lower limbs starting from the buttock up to the toes fo...See More

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Thanks Curofy and all doctors who answered the case. MRI L S spine shows small well defind heterogeneously enhancing lesion at L 5 vertebral level,displacing the cauda nerve rootslikely to represent NERVE SHEATH TOMOR. DD: Myxopapillary ...


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