costovertebral

costovertebral

 [kos″to-ver´tĕ-bral]
pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.

cos·to·ver·te·bral

(kos'tō-ver'tĕ-brăl),
Relating to the ribs and the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae with which they articulate.
Synonym(s): costocentral, vertebrocostal (1)

costovertebral

/cos·to·ver·te·bral/ (-ver´tĕ-br'l) pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.

costovertebral

[-vur′təbrəl]
of or relating to a rib and the vertebral column.

cos·to·ver·te·bral

(kos'tō-vĕr'tĕ-brăl)
Relating to the ribs and the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae with which they articulate.
Synonym(s): vertebrocostal (1) .

costovertebral

pertaining to a rib and a vertebra.
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Bone scintigraphy showed a suspicious isotope uptake in D7 (Dorsal 7th) vertebra and right 4th costovertebral junction.
1) Upper to mid-thoracic and costovertebral pain and stiffness are a common entity presenting to chiropractic, physiotherapy, massage therapy and medical offices (2-4) especially following motor vehicle accidents5.
Patients included in the study were 18-80 years old, who presented with unilateral flank or costovertebral angle pain with or without other clinical features suggestive of renal or ureteric calculus based on clinician's judgement.
Costovertebral anomalies in osteogenesis imperfecta.
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On physical examination, she had suprapubic and right costovertebral angle tenderness.
We enrolled patients [greater than or equal to] 18 years of age who sought care during July 2013-December 2014 and had flank pain or costovertebral tenderness; temperature [greater than or equal to] 38.
Physical examination showed left costovertebral angle tenderness when slightly tapped at left kidney region (affected area).
The paravertebral areas (The costovertebral sulci) situated bilaterally are not truly within the mediastinum, but lesions arising within these regions are classically defined in medical literature as mediastinal in origin.
In addition to the involvement of the thoracic vertebrae, normal motion is compromised due to fusion of the joints at the costovertebral, costosternal, manubriosternal and sternoclavicular levels, and chest expansion is therefore significantly restricted.
TB abscesses of the chest wall are usually seen at the margins of the sternum and along the rib shafts, and can also involve the costochondral junctions, costovertebral joints and the vertebrae (7).