Radiculitis causes severe motor and vegetative disturbances. It develops when osteochondrosis affects the spinal cord roots.
Osteochondrosis is a degenerative-dystrophic process. It results from the loss of the cushion function by the intervertebral disks. It happens because the disk tissue’s degeneration decreases pressure within the disc. Except for traumas, the aetiology of discopathies is unknown.
There is relative backbone instability in the segment accommodating the affected disk. The disease promotes the development of osteophytes (spondylosis). It also affects ligaments and causes arthropathy of the intervertebral joints (spondylarthrosis). Disk diverticula (a protrusion or a hernia) and osteophytes may compress the roots. As a result, it causes radicular pains. Besides, the actual affected spine tissue can cause local and irradiation pain.
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Angular movement, cold, negative emotions, infections, or Lifting something substantial may directly cause the pain. Vertebral osteochondrosis produces at least 95 per cent of all cases dealing with lumbosacral and cervical radiculitis. However, a mechanical or compression factor provokes radiculopathies, as a rule.
Local neurodystrophic changes in tendons, ligaments and muscles can also prompt the pain syndrome. These factors are especially salient in case radiculitis is accompanied by contractions of separate muscles. A rupture of the disk’s fibrous ring and lesion of the intervertebral joints’ capsules cause the first lumbar and cervical attacks.
It mainly affects vegetative innervation, the pain being diffuse (lumbago, myocytes). The radicular syndrome itself develops only in the case of a hernia compressing the root. The spinal column form suggests that lower cervical, lower-thoracic, and lower-lumber departments bear the main burden. Therefore, the clinical picture reveals the compression of the roots primarily at these levels.
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