Ideas? What nerve root injury causes drop foot?

L5. L5 nerve root injury causes foor drop. This may occur from trauma, severe stenosis or disc herniation. Hoep this helps.

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What is the nerve root injury that causes drop foot?

Deep peroneal. Isolated drop foot is due to deep peroneal (aka fibular) nerve injury on lateral side of the knee or below; if there is also difficulty turning the foot in, the common peroneal nerve may be involved (lateral side of the knee or a little above).+loss of leg/foot sensation also.It may also be due to L5 nerve root injury in the lower back from degenerative disc disease/disc bulging at the l4-5 level. Read more...