Lift the quilt in case of atrial fibrillation and disc prolapse Full Text
Vascular Health and Risk Management, 06/26/2012
Bastovansky A et al. – If lumbar pain is not radicular, peripheral pulses are minimally palpable, and distal limbs are cold and show livid decolorization, peripheral embolism is much more likely than disc herniation, particularly if the patient's history is positive for atrial fibrillation. MRI of the lumbar spine must be interpreted in conjunction with clinical presentation.