lumbosacral plexus

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lumbosacral plexus

[¦ləm·bō′sak·rəl ′plek·səs]
(neuroscience)
A network formed by the anterior branches of lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal nerves which for descriptive purposes are divided into the lumbar, sacral, and pudendal plexuses.
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The lumbosacral part of the vertebral column was separated in one piece by cutting a horizontal section at the thoracolumbar junction using a saw (Fig 1).
Comparison of two doses of ropivacaine hydrochloride for lumbosacral epidural anaesthesia in goats undergoing laparoscopy assisted embryo transfer.
Caption: Figure 1--Use of infrared thermography to measure the average surface temperature of the lumbosacral region of each rabbit after epidurally administration of meloxicam (0.
Evaluation of combined physiotherapy for chronic lumbosacral back pain syndromes.
Immunofluorescence staining for GRP in the upper lumbosacral spinal cord (L3--L4 level) was performed as described above using horizontal sections (at least n = 5 on each sex and PND) to count the number of GRP-positive neurons per animal as described previously.
In our case, magnetic resonance imaging examination of the lumbosacral spine revealed spinal stenosis secondary to epidural lipomatosis extending from L4 to S1.
Plain radiograph of the lumbosacral spine may reveal failure of fusion of the posterior arch, hemivertebrae, sacral agenesis, spur of diastematomyelia, and signs indicating the presence of spina bifida.
While it has been stated that the accused was diagnosed with lumbosacral spondylosis, there is no clear indication that his purported medical condition may be aggravated or become life threatening," the court ruled.
A biomechanical study of intrapedicular screw fixation in lumbosacral spine.
A 17-year-old female presented to our clinic with a complaint of a triangular-shaped hypertrichosis consisting of coarse, thick hairs in the lumbosacral area since birth.
Additionally, CNV1014802 has demonstrated proof of concept for treating pain associated with lumbosacral radiculopathy, or sciatica, and has potential in other neuropathic pain.
Lumbosacral and sacroiliac joint radiographies were compatible with bilateral grade IV sacroiliitis, syndesmophytes, squared vertebral bodies, and "bamboo spine" formation.