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in·ter·spi·nal

(in'tĕr-spī'năl),
Between two spines, such as the spinous processes of the vertebrae.
Synonym(s): interspinous
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interspinous

Situated between, or joining, spinous processes of the spinal column or elsewhere.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Decompression was achieved, and a laminoplasty procedure was performed by re-approximating the split spinous processes, using transosseous restorable sutures and repair of the interspinous ligaments with interrupted sutures (Figure-1).
The ligamentous structures (interspinous ligament, posterior longitudinal ligament and ligamentum flavum) and membranes (dura mater) are less hyperechoic.
P Singer, "The effect of interspinous implant surgery on back surface shape and radiographic lumbar curvature," Clinical Biomechanics, vol.
Health-related quality of life outcomes through 5 years of postoperative follow-up were obtained from the Superion (Vertiflex, Carlsbad, CA USA) treatment arm of a randomized controlled FDA noninferiority trial comparing two interspinous spacers.
Although the Spigelian aponeurosis extends from the pubic tubercle to the costal cartilage of the eighth rib, most of SHs are located in a 6 cm wide region inferior to the umbilicus and superior to the interspinous line, which is called as the Spigelian hernia belt (Figure 1).
23 February 2017 - US-based medical technology company Wenzel Spine, Inc has completed the acquisition of the PrimaLOK SP Interspinous Fusion System and PrimaLOK FF Facet Fixation System from OsteoMed, LLC, the company said.
The authors had used an interspinous fusion device (IFD) and two PLIF cages for each patient.
She was referred to a surgical procedure of L2-L3 left partial interhemilaminectomy, wide arthrectomy, L2-L3 microdiscectomy and interspinous arthrodesis (realized with Aspen, Lanx, Inc., Broomfield, CO, USA), and L2 and L3 nerve roots adhesiolysis.
However, there are a number of other studies which have isolated and cultured LDSCs from other species, including horses [16], pigs [17], and rabbits [18], as well as other ligament types, including rabbit medial collateral ligament (MCL) [18] and human interspinous ligament [19].
Hadley, "The interspinous method of posterior atlantoaxial arthrodesis," Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.
As a result of prolonged sitting the iliopsoas muscle may become hypertonic, resulting in reciprocal inhibition of deep abdominal, interspinous, and gluteus muscle groups contributing to reduced stability and extensor mechanism dysfunction.