lumbar region


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lumbar region

the lower back
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The compression in the nerve can occur at cervical, thoracic and lumbar region of the spine.
Physical examination revealed an antalgic gait and tenderness at the lower lumbar region and left posterior iliac and sacral region.
Three years ago, I was bending down to put something away when I felt an excruciating pain in the lumbar region of my back.
The researchers were able to show that both the individual in question as well as Neanderthals in general had a curved lumbar region and neck - just like the humans of today.
In addition, VY-SOD102 reduced SOD1 mRNA by 22% in the lumbar region.
Regarding the importance of the lumbar region in body posture, angles between the sacral and lumbar regions are of clinical significance.
Exclusion criteria for the study were previous history of spinal surgery, sequestrated disk hernia on MRI, steroid injection and/or physical therapy for the lumbar region within the last four weeks, inflammatory rheumatic disease, cardiac pacemaker, continuing or previous malignancy history and pregnancy.
For example, if the client has a lumbar scoliotic curve of left lateral flexion (termed a right lumbar scoliotic curve based on the convexity being on the right side) and we stretch the client into right lateral flexion, if the force is not specifically applied to the lumbar region, the thoracic region will likely move instead.
In addition, Dixon technique showed fewer artifacts than SPAIR in the lumbar region (Figs.
They discovered that the biggest change in size occurred in the spine's lumbar region, which plays a key role in walking and is vulnerable when ALS progresses.
Fortunately, the lumbar region of the spinal canal has some extra room to allow the nerves to move away from a ruptured disc.