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lumbar

of, near, or relating to the part of the body between the lowest ribs and the hipbones
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Clinically tenderness present at the lower lumbar region severity range from mild to moderate level, particularly around the pseudo-articulation.
This led them to conclude that Neanderthals possessed a lumbar region with a well-developed curvature.
Curvatures in the cervical and lumbar regions are termed physiological lordosis while ones in the thoracic region are physiologic kyphosis.1 Lumbar lordosisis defined as an anteriorly convex curvature of the vertebral column.2 Studies conducted on the functional and clinical significance of lumbar lordosis showed that variations of the curvatures that generate lordosis affect the postural balance and function of the body in the sagittal plane.
The device was set to 25 Hz frequency, 10 watt power with 12 j/cm2 dosage to the lumbar region over 25 cm2 area for four minutes biostimulation mode, followed by continuous mode for 6 minutes with 7 watt power and 120 j/cm2 dosage.
(5) A smartphone (Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus GT-S7580, accelerometer with [+ or -]2G, 12-bit resolution) on the left side of the lumbar inside a special bag (in short, lumbar region)
At the end of the 90-minute session, then, my lumbar region has magically unknotted itself and I walk straighter and more easily.
The clinical presentation is quite straightforward with a bulge in the lumbar region which exhibits both a visible and palpable impulse on coughing.
TLIF is now a popular procedure for spinal fusion in the lumbar region.
Stem cell implantations will be placed directly into one side the lumbar region of the spinal cord that controls movement on only one side of the body.
Spinal implants are segmented by product type, into spinal fusion, vertebral compression fracture treatment devices and spinal non-fusion, wherein spinal fusion, which fuses vertebrae together to treat back pain and is commonly done in the lumbar region of the lower back, is by far the most common spine procedure.