lumbo-

lumbo-

, lumb- [L. lumbus, loin]
Prefix meaning loins.
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lumbo-

Combining form denoting the LOINS or lumbar.
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(2000) , there is specialization in the lumbo- sacral vertebrae and spinal cord in birds, which can be assumed for animals moving on ground.
Chest radiographs, abdominal and lumbo- sacral spines radiographs were chosen because of the proximity of these body parts to radio- sensitive organs in the body.
[9, 4, 2] The interrelationship between proximal (lower back) and distal body segments (knee) has been confirmed by Crewe et al., [3] who found an association between a more extended front knee during the front foot contact phase and lumbo- pelvic shear forces.