lumbosacral


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lumbosacral

(ˌlʌmbəʊˈseɪkrəl)
adj
(Physiology) of or relating to the loins and sacrum
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Adj.1.lumbosacral - of or relating to or near the small of the back and the back part of the pelvis between the hips
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Currently, TFESI is widely used for the management of lumbosacral radiculopathy.
Osteosarcoma of the lumbosacral spine invading the central venous pathways, right-sided cardiac chambers, and pulmonary artery.
Lumbar lordosis angle, sacral tilt, lumbosacral angle and lumbosacral disc angle were calculated on lateral standing lumbar radiographs.
Rats were killed by decapitation and their lumbosacral spinal cord was promptly dissected out and divided transversely into three parts.
However, to be a true lumbosacral dislocation, there must be dislocation of the facet joints between the fifth lumbar vertebrae and the sacrum.
Most of the sacra with lumbosacral accessory articulations and S1 lumbarization demonstrated rudimentary facets, as reported earlier.
The patient had an MRI of lumbosacral, which showed postoperative changes with no disc herniations at the lower lumbar spine.
In a recent study, ropivacaine hydrochloride has been used at 0.6mg/kg as lumbosacral epidural anaesthetic agent in goats, but these animals did not undergo any type of conventional or laparoscopic surgery after induction [9].
In the treatment of chronic lumbosacral pain, therapy is aimed at improving patient's physical ability, relaxing the contracted structures and strengthening relevant muscle groups.
Other common causes of trochanteric bursitis include osteoarthritis of the hip or lumbosacral spine, scoliosis, or a pathologically tight tensor fascia latae caused by running.
A healthy 4-month-old male infant was brought for investigation of a tail-like structure that had been present in the lumbosacral area since birth (Fig.