Plexopathy is a recognized complication of radiation therapy, occurring most commonly in the brachial plexus1 following regional treatment of breast, lung, or neck cancer.What is lumbosacral plexopathy?
The lumbosacral (LS) plexus is a network of nerves formed by the anterior rami of the lumbar and sacral spinal cord. LS plexopathy is an injury to the nerves in the lumbar and/or sacral plexus.What is LS plexopathy?
LS plexopathy is an injury to the nerves in the lumbar and/or sacral plexus. LS plexopathy is not an uncommon condition but can be difficult to diagnose and manage.How is plexopathy diagnosed in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM)?
As a painful lumbosacral – but not brachial – plexopathy occurs in diabetes mellitus, a blood glucose or oral glucose tolerance test can help evaluate for possible diabetes. In patients with a plexopathy and painful genital skin lesions herpes simplex and Varicella-Zoster serology is advised.