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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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La mayoria de los problemas en la zona lumbar se presentan con dolor que puede ser referido o no (4).
Evolution to a bipedal stance necessitated larger and more flexible lumbar vertebrae.
A total of 32.7%, 48.7%, and 8.7% of the patients were evaluated using lumbar X-ray in the OT, PMR, and NS clinics, respectively.
In 2011, Steurer and associates conducted a review of quantitative radiologic criteria published in the literature, and compiled a list of descriptive terms for lumbar spinal stenosis.
Lumbar disc herniation is a common disorder that causes disability and poor quality of life by limiting functional capacity.
The researchers found that after three years and after eight years of treatment with denosumab, mean lumbar spine BMD and mean lumbar BSV were significantly higher compared with baseline.
Evidence regarding stability of trunk influencing specific functional activities is still insufficient and requires further investigations.6 Likewise no evidence was found whether spinal mobilization is effective for improving trunk problems in stroke patients although it's quite evident that spinal mobilization is effective in managing most mobile lumbar area of the trunk.7 Stroke survivors face functional deficits and gait problems.
Se llevo a cabo una revision no sistematica de la literatura sobre las indicaciones mas frecuentes de artrodesis lumbar. Asi mismo, se revisaron los conceptos basicos de valoracion biomecanica con enfasis en el balance espino-pelvico.
Decompression and spinal fusion are considered to be the gold standard for lumbar degenerative disease; however, the benefit of spinal fusion is associated with higher complications, such as significant instrumentation failure, infection, and accelerated degeneration of adjacent segments.[1],[2],[3] Dynamic stabilization is a potential alternative to rigid lumbar fusion for lumbar degenerative disease.[4]
Dimensions of lumbar vertebrae hold great relevance in clinical diagnosis of lower backache.
Lumbar pain is one of the most common health problems of today and the most frequent cause of temporary inability to work.
The Fortilink-TS and -L Systems are intended for use in lumbar interbody fusion procedures at one or two adjoining levels in patients with degenerative disc disease.