swayback


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swayback

[′swā‚bak]
(medicine)
Increased lumbar lordosis with compensatory increased thoracic kyphosis.
(veterinary medicine)
Sinking of the back, or lordosis.
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Fifteen of the 26 subjects (58%) demonstrated swayback posture but only six of those 15 had a complaint of low back pain.
Swayback posture creates an exaggerated curve between the pelvis and ribs that stresses the lower back.
5-6 [micro]m, boletoid, swayback, to gently sigmoid, smooth, thin-walled, hyaline, non-reactive in IKI; contents multiguttulate when mature; hilar appendix gradual, not prominent.
More important in Figure 1, though, note the mild treble tilt or swayback, and the consequent relative prominence of the two octaves below 2 kHz; these probably correlate with my perception of a pleasant top and crisp upper midrange.
The up and down motion causes a condition known as swayback, says the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The day I took Barb to look at it it had not been blocked up yet and it had quite a swayback.
Detritus in the roadway: litter, broken bottles, scraps of paper in the gutter, a Styrofoam cup blows across the street; or these meager houses with chipped paint, cracked glass, a patchwork of missing shingles across their swayback roofs.
who were all the rage in the old country once upon a time, swayback nags who charmed and gulled the rabble by rapping clop
The paunchy, swayback, middle-aged appearance of this willing chrome victim of technology helps the Egyptian take on a youthful, hopeful and eager appearance by contrast.
A neutral pelvis is key for stability, but many dancers struggle with habits like tucking or swayback posture.
A few weeks ago, Dobb - who got his nickname as a kid from his older brothers in Kansas by passing the time sliding down the neck of an old, blind swayback horse named Dobbin - took the Metrorail to Vermont Avenue, a part of the city he had never visited before.