HIVDHerniated Intervertebral Disc
HIVDHuman Immunodeficiency Virus Disease
HIVDHuman Immunodeficiency Virus Dementia
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Here, we report a young man who presented to the ED with acute LBP associating with left lower leg weakness and numbness, mimicking HIVD. It was found to have Type A AoD by a timely CECT.
As spinal discs are located near the ventral epidural space, ventral spread during CESI could be logically presumed to be an effective treatment in patients who have a herniated inter-vertebral disc (HIVD) or discogenic pain [2,5,6].