lumbago


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lumbago

pain in the lower back; backache affecting the lumbar region

lumbago

[‚ləm′bā‚gō]
(medicine)
Backache in the lumbar or lumbosacral region.
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The other case was a 65-year-old female patient who was admitted to our hospital with lumbago for three weeks and left leg pain.
No association of seizure to the patient's lumbago was found.
He's carried Arsenal so often he must have lumbago - but the Dutch striker was way off form here.
Surgery for LSS competes against a poor natural history, as compared with that of lumbago, in which 90% of episodes are resolved with conservative therapy within 3 months, or sciatica caused by a herniated disk, in which 90% of affected patients are improved with nonsurgical management by 6 months and 50% are asymptomatic at 1 year.
Surgery for LSS competes against a poor natural history, as compared with that of lumbago, in which 90% of episodes are resolved with conservative therapy within 3 months, or sciatica caused by a herniated disc, in which 90% of affected patients are improved with nonsurgical management by 6 months and 50% are asymptomatic at 1 year.
Subsequently, relief of inflammation and pain associated with lumbago, scapulohumeral periarthritis, cervico-omo-brachial syndrome, and tendinists/tendosynovitis were approved as additional indications in June 2009.
"Song for the Treatment of Lumbago" is, naturally, a medicine song traditionally sung during the treatment of the same.
"Atoothache could get you a recommendation for marijuana--a bad back, lumbago, wearing high heels all day," was the comment Republican Bill Montgomery, a candidate for Maricopa County, Arizona, attorney, made about Proposition 203, which requires Arizona to adopt a regulatory system for the distribution of medical marijuana.
A 42-year-old man was admitted to our clinic with complaints of palpitation, intermittent fever, night sweats, lumbago, abdominal pain and loss of appetite for last one month.
Margaret heard only the first 30 minutes of the exhaustingly mundane account of Gerry Mason's white picket fence and how he set this up on the perimeter of his front yard despite an acute attack of lumbago. Where was Margaret for the latter 30 minutes?
After ending last season on a high, expectations were that a couple of quality signings to strengthen the ribs on our sturdy spine would see Liverpool restored to rude health at the top of the table; instead we seem to have developed a potentially debilitating case of lumbago.
He is not working with his usual zest, my aunt Maisie's lumbago is playing her up dreadful, and it looks a stronger field this year.