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A facetal cyst is a type of cyst that exists in the lumbar spine. This type of cyst is also referred to as a synovial cyst.


What cause facet fluid in vertebra?

Synovial cysts are what causes facet fluid in vertebra. Synovial cysts are benign, fluid filled sacs that develop in the facet joints of the lumbar spine as a result of degeneration.


Left curvature of the lumbar spine?

Left curvature of the lumbar spine is lumbar levoscoliosis


Burst fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine icd-9 codes?

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What is Levocurvature at the lower lumbar spine?

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What does alignment of lumbar spine is anatomic mean?

alignment of lumbar spine is anatomic mean


What is scoliosis of the lumbar spine?

Scoliosis of the lumbar spine is an abnormal sideways curve in the spine of the lower back.


What is mild dextroscoliosis of the lumbar spine?

It is a slight curvature of the lumbar (lower back) spine to the right.


What does your lumbar spine control in your body?

The lumbar spine controls many parts of your body. The spine has numerous nerve connections to all the organs in your body. If your lumbar spine is damaged it can harm different organs.


Where is the lumbar spine located?

The lumbar spine is located between the pelvis and the thoracic cage and consists of five lumbar vertebrae.


What is slight dextroscoliosis of the lumbar spine?

Curvature sideways to the right and left in the lumbar spine.


The lumbar spine consists of how many vertebrae?

There are five vertebrae, or bones, in the lumbar spine.


What is mild reversal of the normal lordotic curve of lumbar spine?

Typically, the lumbar spine curves inward. In someone with a mild reversal, the lumbar spine bends slightly outward before coming back inward to become the thoracic spine. Lumbar refers to the lower back.


What is the common name for Lumbar Spine?

lumbar vertebrae


2 The Thoracic vertebrae is inferior to the lumbar vertebrae?

the thoracic spine is above the lumbar spine which means ALL thoracic vertebrae are superior to the lumbar vertebrae.


Why is the lumbar spine important?

The lumbar spine supports the weight of the entire column and, therefore, withstands a great load


What is sclerosis in the lower lumbar spine?

Scoliosis is thickening or hardening of the bone. The lower lumbar spine is the lower back (Disks L1 - L5). Scoliosis in the lower lumbar spine means you have thickening or hardening of the bone in the lower back (lumbar disks L1-L5).


Is the cervical spine inferior to the lumbar spine?

No.The cervical spine is in the neck and is above the lumbar spine, which is in the low back. Because we reference things from anatomical position, which is standing upright, and because the term "inferior" is used to denote things that are below, that statement would be incorrect. Therefore, we could correctly say the cervical spine is superior, or rostral, to the lumbar spine. We could also say that the lumbar spine is inferior, or caudal, to the cervical spine.


What is the medical term meaning abnormal increase in the outward curvature of the lumbar spine?

An increase in the outward curvature of the lumbar spine is often referred to as flattening of the lumbar lordosis.


What is lumbar rotatory levoscoliosis?

Lumbar rotary levoscoliosis is a deformity of the spine. This causes a curvature of the spine that may also cause the ribs and lumbar area to be rotated slightly.


Which is the weakest part of the spine lumbar thoracic or cumbrain?

lumbar


What is thoracic and lumbar scoliosis?

Thoracic scoliosis is a curve in the middle part of your spine and lumbar is a curve in the bottom part of your spine.


What is the medical term meaning Abnormal curvature of the lumbar spine?

Lordosis is an accentuated backward-bending curve of the lumbar spine.


Name the part of the spine?

There are three parts of the spine. They are the Cervical (C-Spine), Thoricic (T-Spine) and Lumbar (L-Spine).


4 parts of the spine?

The four regions of the spine are the cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, and sacrum, which includes the coccyx.