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A Trendelenburg gait would most likely be caused by which of the following lumbar conditions.
L3/4 far lateral disc herniation
L3/4 central disc herniation with impingement on the bilateral descending nerve roots
L4/5 far lateral disc herniation
L5/S1 far lateral disc herniation
L5/S1 paracentral disc herniation
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Physical examination maneuver to identify L5-S1 radiculopathy.