dermatomal

dermatomal

(ˌdɜːməˈtəʊməl)
adj
(Medicine) another word for dermatomic
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Localized vitiligo with dermatomal distribution is called segmental vitiligo1-2,4.
Sacroiliac joint related pain shows pattern similar to L5-S1 dermatomal pattern.
Although pain is a characteristic of this case, our patient reported burning sensation as the predominant symptom, the papules on his back were in a dermatomal pattern and there was involvement of the limbs, as well.
SV usually has an early onset and spreads rapidly in the affected dermatomal area, including single SV, double SV, and the multi-SV [Figure 1]c and [Figure 1]d.[2]{Figure 1}
Unfortunately, typically there is no strong correlation between spinal pathology demonstrated on imaging studies and the dermatomal localization of symptoms in patients with NP (9).
There was a sensory loss to pinprick sensation diffusely up to the dermatomal level of T4.
This prospective single-blind randomized study included patients, visiting the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Turgut Ozal Medicine Center, Malatya, Turkey from three 3 months low back with unilateral leg pain and clinical signs of radicular lesion in dermatomal distribution and/or myotomal muscle weakness and/or diminished reflexes in lower limbs.
In cases where dorsal root ganglion cells and sensorial fibers extending to the periphery are intact and anatomic-physiologic integrity is protected, normal SNAPs are obtained, whereas in cases where there is damage in proximal axons reaching the spinal cord from dorsal root ganglion, dermatomal sensory deficit may occur (4).
An analysis of dermatomal distribution revealed that the presence of a VI lesion was a statistically significant predictor of a higher clearance rate, while the presence of a V3 lesion was a statistically significant predictor of a low clearance rate.
There was no significant difference in patients' gravidity, cause of cesarean section, duration of operation and anesthesia, dermatomal sensory level, and duration of sensory block.
He remained clinically well until a followup visit in July 2012, when he was found to have a painless testicular mass associated with vague paresthesia not corresponding to a specific dermatomal distribution.
Uremic pruritus is not associated with a primary skin lesion or a characteristic dermatomal pattern (Simonsen et al., 2017).