Plexopathy is a neural disorder causing the damage to a network of nerves, blood vessels or lymph vessels resulting in pain, loss of motor control and sensory deficits. It generally affects the nerves at the brachial and lumbosacral region leading to its two main types;What are the signs and symptoms of lumbosacral plexopathy?
This category of lumbosacral plexopathies often present with an acute to subacute onset of spontaneous, asymmetric (whether bilateral or unilateral), pain with lower extremity weakness, sensory loss and/or paresthesia.What are the symptoms of brachial plexopathy?
These symptoms can also be caused by traumatic injury to the area. Damage to it can cause numbness, tingling, pain, and weakness in various areas of the arm, hand and shoulder, depending on which part of the plexus is injured. Who gets Brachial Plexopathy?What is the pathophysiology of painful plexopathy (LSP)?
Painful plexopathy presented itself with severe muscle paresis in the femoral nerve and the obturator nerve innervation areas, and gradual remission occurred after 3 months. Autoimmune origin of painful LSP is presumed.