Actualización para atención primaria | 22 FEB 16

Evaluación y tratamiento de la lumbalgia

Es una causa importante de discapacidad a nivel mundial. Se la clasifica como axial (dolor en la zona lumbar) o radicular (dolor irradiado hacia las extremidades inferiores).
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