Plexopathy is a recognized complication of radiation therapy, occurring most commonly in the brachial plexus , following regional treatment of breast, lung or neck cancers. Malignant plexopathy may involve any of the peripheral nerve plexuses.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.What are the signs and symptoms of diabetic plexopathy?
Diabetic plexopathy typically starts as an identifiable onset of asymmetric lower extremity symptoms that most typically involve the thigh and hip with pain that progresses to include weakness, which then becomes the main disabling symptom.