Usually sciatica manifests itself as a sudden acute pain in the low back, extending to the hamstring. In more than 80% of the cases, initially the pain appears in the low back and later moves to the back side of the leg. Considerably rarer the pain is found in the low back and the leg simultaneously, and even less frequently only in the leg. The nature of pain manifestation is determined by the level of damage.
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