dorsalgia


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dor·sal·gi·a

n. dorsalgia, dolor de espalda.
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According to the 2016 Social Security Statistical Yearbook, dorsalgia (ICD M54) represented 6.15% of occupational diseases, ranking third in prevalence (6).
[2] In thoracic disc herniation, dorsalgia of gradual onset may accompany some degree of myelopathy or sensory deficits and can reach disabling levels.
The four most frequent medical diagnoses according to ICD-10 were dorsalgia (M54), other disorders of the muscle (M62), other headache syndromes (G44), and other unspecified dorsopathies (M53).
Segun el 1er Congreso de Dolor y Anestesia regional del Oriente Colombiano del 2012, las causas mas comunes de dolor son la cervicalgia, ciatica, contracturas, dorsalgia, escoliosis y Fibromialgia entre otros [11], siendo estas patologias comunes en Fisioterapia, las cuales requieren de intervenciones costo-efectivas para su adecuado tratamiento, entre las cuales esta el ejercicio.
The signs and symptoms of DSN neuropathy bear a striking resemblance to several other diagnoses or findings in the cervicothoracic, scapular and posterolateral arm areas including cervicogenic dorsalgia (CD), notalgia paresthetica (NP), SICK scapula and a posterolateral arm pain pattern.
Although dorsalgia (M54) was at the top of the list, it was excluded from analysis since there was no change in ranking by year.
Em relacao aos trabalhadores da enfermagem em ambiente hospitalar, a dorsalgia e/ou lombalgia sao apontados como os disturbios osteomusculares mais prevalentes (3) e incapacitantes, tornando-se uma das principais causas de impedimento ou limitacao para realizacao de atividades (4,5), bem como pela procura por profissionais da area da saude para resolucao do problema (5).
Estes foram decorrentes de acidentes e lesoes no trabalho (26,2%; n = 11), acidentes automobilisticos (23,8 %; n = 10), dorsalgia (19,1%; n = 8); lesoes no ombro (9,5%; n = 4); lesoes no tornozelo (9,5%; n = 4); lesoes no joelho (7,2%; n = 3); e osteoporose (4,7%; n = 2).