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is a medical device company focused on designing, developing, and marketing minimally invasive products to treat degenerative conditions of the spine affecting the lumbar region.
Do you find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time, or suffer from pain in the lumbar region of your back?
Lumbar pathologic discs most often occur in the lower lumbar region, at the L4-L5 or L5-S1 joint levels (Figure 3).
Involvement of the cervical region is very rare, however, when it does occur, the prognosis is worse than when it affects the lumbar region and more neurological damage is observed.
The fossil of a vertebra from the lumbar region of a 16-foot crocodile might have belonged to an extinct species.
We avoided the practice of lumbar puncture and computed tomography myelography, but performed EBP in the lumbar region because evidence supports this as an effective procedure in cases where the clinical manifestations and brain MRI are typical of SIH.
This can result in a range of problems particularly for the lower lumbar region of the body, such as muscular stiffness, painful inflammation and, in some cases, quite serious injury.
The study points to the largest negative impact on bone mineral density occurring in the lumbar region of the spine and the hips - areas of particular fracture risk for older women with osteoporosis.
She said: "His surgery involved micro-decompressions in the lumbar region of the spine and doctors estimated his recuperation period to be between three to six months.
She said: "His surgery involved micro-decompressions in the lumbar region of the spine, and doctors estimated his recuperation period to be between three to six months.
In the lumbar region leptomeningeal involvement beginning at the end of the medulla spinalis that gave rise to a separation of nerves in the cauda equine was observed.
Obese patients tend to develop SEL in the lumbar region three times more often than the thoracic region although this was not the case in our patient.