Sometimes they may be zebras: herpes zoster of the L2 spinal nerve. A case report
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This case report describes a relatively uncommon presentation of herpes zoster affecting the cutaneous distribution of the L2 spinal nerve. The coexistence of a previous history of leg pain, cortical thickening of the femoral shaft on plain film x-ray examination, and the absence, at the time of examination, of the tell tale rash of herpes zoster provided the clinician with a diagnostic challenge. Furthermore, this case stresses the importance of a thorough neurological and orthopaedic examination as well as careful visual inspection of the painful region.
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|Publisher:||Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australasia|
|Copyright:||Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australasia|
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