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Lumbar spondylosis is a condition in which the patient feels low back pain in the distribution of the lumbar or the sacral roots (sciatica). The onset may be sudden or gradual. Alternatively repeated episodes of low back pain may precede sciatica by months or years. Constant aching pain is felt in the lumbar region and may radiate to the buttock, back of thigh, calf and foot
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