Translation of sciatica in Spanish:

sciatica

ciática, n.

Pronunciation /sʌɪˈatɪkə//saɪˈædəkə/

noun

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    ciática feminine
    • Is bed rest effective in the short-term treatment of patients with back pain and sciatica?
    • I should mention that I have been stuck in the house for 3 years, I have a herniated disc, sciatica, and arthritis in my hips, and I am much too young for this.
    • This structural malfunction may cause an irritation of the nerve root/s emerging in between the vertebral bodies; this would in turn lead to a radiating type of pain like sciatica.
    • A careful history can usually distinguish nerve root compression, especially sciatica due to compression of the lumbosacral root.
    • It is effective as an antispasmodic for muscle cramps, stiffness, aches, overuse, sprains, bruises, sciatica, rheumatism, gout, neuralgia and poor circulation.
    • Back pain with sciatica is a common pain syndrome.
    • Most sciatica is due to prolapse of a lumbar intervertebral disc.
    • Slipped discs, pinched nerves, sciatica, aging, and infections are other common causes of lower back pain.
    • Prolotherapy is applicable to arthritis, neck pain, back pain, sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative discs, torn rotator cuffs, knee and ankle instability and wrist injuries.
    • The term sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of this nerve - from your back into your buttock and leg.
    • These populations are clinically and pathologically distinct from patients with back pain or sciatica who are treated by most clinicians and included in all the other trials.
    • My initial impression was acute sciatica, but the abdominal pain and high normal temperature made my diagnosis uncertain.
    • His sciatica gradually improved and has not recurred, although his back pain still gives him trouble occasionally, as you would expect.
    • Two years after the injury, he was referred to a rheumatologist in case the pain was caused by sciatica.
    • Chronic back pain and sciatica became daily problems.
    • The patient was initially diagnosed with sciatica and treated.
    • Its indications include pain in the lower back and hip region, muscular atrophy, sciatica, pain, weakness and muscular atrophy of the lower extremities, and hemiplegia.
    • The commonest cause of true sciatica is prolapse of intervertebral discs.
    • Prior to initiating any flexibility program, especially for sciatica or low back pain, disc involvement should be ruled out.
    • I had admitted an elderly woman with severe sciatica to the community hospital.