dorsolumbar


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dor·so·lum·bar

(dōr'sō-lŭm'bar),
Referring to the back in the region of the lower thoracic and upper lumbar vertebrae.
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dor·so·lum·bar

(dōr'sō-lŭm'bahr)
Referring to the back in the region of the lower thoracic and upper lumbar vertebrae.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

dorsolumbar

(dor″sō-lŭm′băr)
Pert. to the lower thoracic and upper lumbar (loin) area of the back.
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Distribucion de la localizacion del dolor lumbar + radicular 10% dorsolumbar + radicular 19% dorsolumbar 30% lumbar 36% otros 5% Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico segmentado.
Castleman and Smithwick (5) (and later Heptinstall (6)) examined a large series of open renal biopsies taken at the time of dorsolumbar sympathectomy, a procedure used to treat hypertension.
A computed tomography scan of the dorsolumbar spinal region was performed and showed a compromise in the bone structure at the D7-D8 level with a partial collapse of the last vertebral body.
Prescripion de 3 cataplasmas ademas de la abdominal, sobre diferentes localizaciones prescritas por el medico (a menudo dorsolumbar con efecto relajante, descongestionante).
They usually present in the 7th and 8th decades of life and are generally situated on the dural covering of a nerve root pouch in the dorsolumbar region[1-7].
On examination there was 6 X 5 cms soft, swollen, not tender, partially reducible mass with impulse on cough below the left costal margin, lateral to dorsolumbar spine.
Some physical signs were found, including hypopigmented macules on her back, right forearm, and right calf, ungual fibromas on her left hand, and shagreen patch on dorsolumbar area of the back [Figure 1]d.
With the introduction of motorized vehicles and exposure to high-energy trauma, the incidence of dorsolumbar spinal injuries has substantially increased.