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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TABLE 1 Advantages and limitations of anterior ultrasound-guided superior hypogastric neurolysis Advantages Ease of access at a depth of 10 to 11 cm Done in supine position avoiding difficult prone positioning Bedside procedure Imaging is portable Real time visualisation of the spread of drug Real time visualisation of needle advancement with simultaneous visualisation of viscera and vessels to avoid Less time consuming Radiation free Limitations Lack of absolute confirmation of intravascular uptake Potential for bowel or bladder injury, lumbosacral plexus injury