Red flags indicate potentially serious causes of back pain.
KeywordsBack Pain Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Cervical Myelopathy Epidural Abscess Cauda Equina Syndrome
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Dr. Lakshay Chanana is acknowledged for his editorial assistance.
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