Symptoms of L4 radiculopathy

What are the Symptoms of L4 radiculopathy? 

Compression of the L4 root produces pain and paresthesias radiating to the hip, anterior thigh, and medial aspects of the knee and calf.

Sensation is impaired over the medial calf.

Weakness occurs in the quadriceps and hip adductors.

The knee jerk is diminished.


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