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Possible explanations are that when parturients lie on a lumbar wedge, the wedge may elevate the uterus directly via the soft lumbar tissues, whereas on a pelvic wedge, the wedge acts indirectly by changing the maternal body position (6-10); or that when parturients lie on a wedge, the centre of gravity of the uterus is nearer the right lumbar region than the right pelvis (19).
Howarth D, Southee A, Cardew P and Front D (1994): SPELT in Avulsion Injury of the Multifidus and Rotator Muscles of the Lumbar Region.
THE first thing you should do is ensure that you are not sitting too far away from your steering wheel - a common cause of lumbago (pain in the lower or lumbar region of the back) in people who drive a lot.
Our hope, in the near future, is to make Distractor available to specialists who will be able to help surgeons perform consistent, high-quality frontal surgery in the lumbar region.
6 - interbody cages in the lumbar region of the posteriorCroup.
The final trial cohort also received an additional 8 million cells in the lumbar region of the spinal cord.
CASE REPORT: A 38 years female patient presented with dull aching pain & lump in left hypochondrium and left lumbar region of four months duration.
These patients will receive 20 injections of 400,000 cells each in the lumbar region in addition to the 20 injections they will already have received in their cervical region.
On abdominal examination, there was a 6x4cm soft, non-tender, smooth-surface swelling in the right lumbar region.
Trans1 develops products to treat degenerative conditions of the spine affecting the lumbar region.
Of these, the first three received five injections each, unilaterally, in the lumbar region of the spinal cord.
Compressive fractures were detected in nearly all lumbar and thoracic vertebras on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), requested elsewhere before admission to our clinic; the fractures were most prominent in the lower thoracic and upper lumbar region (Figure 1).