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Cervical radiculopathy caused by a disc herniation

Cervical radiculopathy is a problem characterized by a dysfunction of a cervical nerve root caused by different pathogenetic mechanisms: it can be characterized by nerve conduction deficits (negative symptoms) such as hypostenia, hypoesthesia and hyporeflexia, in the presence or not of pain to one or more dermatomas. In the section dedicated to this theme, the necessary steps for the clinician to correctly manage.