lumbar hernia


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lum·bar her·ni·a

a hernia between the last rib and the iliac crest where the aponeurosis of the transversus muscle is covered only by the latissimus dorsi.

lum·bar her·ni·a

(lŭm'bahr hĕr'nē-ă)
A protrusion between the last rib and the iliac crest where the aponeurosis of the transversus muscle is covered only by the latissimus dorsi.

lumbar hernia

A hernia through the inferior lumbar triangle (Petit) or the superior lumbar triangle (Grynfelt). It occurs most often in association with surgery on the kidneys or ureters.
See also: hernia
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Lumbar hernia manifest through two possible defects in the posterior abdominal wall- superior and inferior lumbar triangle.
Lumbar hernia may be 20 % congenital or 80 % acquired.
This aspect has important implications in diagnosing and managing the lumbar hernia. (McKenzie, 1979).
Bilateral traumatic lumbar hernias with injuries of the right renal pelvis and ureteropelvic junction (UPJ)
Early corticomedullaryphase images revealed bilateral traumatic lumbar hernias and minimal right-sided retroperitoneal fluid or hemorrhage (Figure 1), while the excretory-phase images revealed extravasation of contrast material near the right renal hilum (Figure 2).
Lumbar hernia is predominantly left sided and most frequently affects male individuals aged between 50-70 years.
Lumbar Hernia: anatomical route assessed by computed tomography.
Sharma, "Lumbar hernia," Medical Journal Armed Forces India, vol.
Dastoor, "Congenital lumbar hernia with lumbocostovertebral syndrome: a case report and review of the literature," Case Reports in Pediatrics, vol.
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen was carried out which confirmed the presence of left lumbar hernia containing fatty tissue (Fig.2).
Lumbar hernia is an abnormal protrusion in the flank.
A lumbar hernia is a parietal wall defect that may occur anywhere in the lumbar region between the 12th rib and the iliac crest.