sacroiliac


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sacroiliac

[¦sa·krō¦il·ē‚ak]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the sacrum and the ilium.
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The bilateral sacroiliac compression test was positive, and the neurologic examination of lower extremities were normal.
The reason I recommend keyhole is because open surgery on sacroiliac joints has not been very successful due to the location of the joint and up to 30% of wound breakdown or infection has been quoted in the published literature.
However, the sacroiliac joints may be strained in pregnancy when the ligaments soften in preparation for childbirth or from over-striding when running.
Anteroposterior plain radiograph of the pelvis revealed irregular contour and erosions of the bones comprising both sacroiliac joints (bilateral stage 3 sacroiliitis) (Figure-1).
In a matter of strides he went from almost first to virtually last, halted by strained ligaments around the sacroiliac joint - a bone essential for jumping as it links the horse's spine to its pelvis and hind legs.
Although this gene has not been associated with ankylosing spondylitis, patients with enthesitis-related arthritis are prone to joint destruction in the spine and sacroiliac joints.
Incidentally, a well-defined lytic lesion was seen in the sacrum adjacent to the left sacroiliac joint consistent with a pneumatocyst.
This chapter also includes recommendations and application of lumbar sacral braces, sacroiliac belts and cervical collars.
He was told that he either had a disc or sacroiliac joint problem, but physiotherapy didn't help.
Not many anaesthetists are familiar with the arcane sacroiliac joint block or the obturator block.
Another cause may be a dysfunctional sacroiliac joint (between your tailbone and hip).
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