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What is Rot-Bernhardt syndrome?

What is Rot-Bernhardt syndrome?

  • Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: Abnormal sensations in the outer thigh due to compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. The symptoms are often associated with pregnancy, diabetes, obesity and tight clothing. Symptoms appear to be exacerbated by walking or standing for long periods.

Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: Introduction

Types of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome:

Broader types of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome:

What causes Rot-Bernhardt syndrome?

Causes of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: see causes of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome

What are the symptoms of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome?

Symptoms of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: see symptoms of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome

Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Rot-Bernhardt syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome.
Treatments for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome: see treatments for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome

Name and Aliases of Rot-Bernhardt syndrome

Main name of condition: Rot-Bernhardt syndrome

Other names or spellings for Rot-Bernhardt syndrome:

Bernhardt disease, Bernhardt paralysis, Rot meralgia, Roth meralgia, Roth-Bernhardt syndrome, lateral femoral paresthesia, meralgia paresthetica, neuritis nervi cutanei femoris lateralis, paresthetic meralgia

 

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