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The Furcal Nerve: It’s Probable Role in Neuropathic Pain

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Anomalous nerves in the foraminal triangle between the traversing nerve and the exiting nerve in MacNab’s hidden zone is being documented and recognized with greater frequency. As endoscopic foraminal surgery evolves and becomes more accepted and utilized for a wider range of painful degenerative conditions of the lumbar spine, the ability to recognized the patho-anatomy of pain generators will add scientific information in our understanding of back pain and sciatica.

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