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128 Possible Causes for Lumbosacral Back Pain, Vertebral Fractures

  • Osteoporosis

    The other patient was a 36-year-old woman diagnosed with PPO and vertebral fractures at the third week postpartum.[] In: Movement, Stability, and Back Pain: The Essential Role of the Pelvis, edited by A. Vleeming, V. Mooney, T. Dorman, C. Snijders, and R. Stoeckart.[] Vertebral Fractures, Body Height, and Nonvertebral Fractures Figure 2. Figure 2.[]

  • Vertebral Compression Fracture

    Overview Spinal fractures are different than a broken arm or leg.[] Thoracolumbar fractures lumbosacral/low back pain [10] • Pain associated with atraumatic activities [10] : 1) Bending forward 2) Vigorous sneezing and coughing 3) standing[] Over many years, spinal fractures lessen the height of the spine and the person becomes shorter. Vertebral compression fractures are often linked to osteoporosis .[]

  • Spinal Trauma

    The basic types of spinal fractures include: 1) vertebral compression fractures, 2) vertebral burst fractures (a more serious compression fracture), and 3) fracture-dislocations[] Radiographs usually demonstrate vertebral fractures and luxations.[] fractures.[]

  • Senile Osteoporosis

    A lumbosacral film was taken of all patients, who were then divided into two groups: patients with no back pain were graded as 0, 1 by Seville's index (normal group); and[] Abstract To examine whether the administration of 1 alpha (OH)-vitamin D3 (1 alpha (OH)D3) could prevent the occurrence of vertebral crush fractures in senile osteoporosis[] […] or vertebral fractures or both.[]

  • Osteopenia and Osteoporosis

    […] clinical vertebral fracture.[] The risk of a further fracture is highest in the first few years after a fracture and the risk of a vertebral fracture is increased 5-fold in the first year after a vertebral[] Overview of osteoporosis: Epidemiology and clinical management, IOF vertebral fracture initiative. 2011;(pt1):1-65. Durosier C, Hans D, Krieg MA, Schott AM.[]

  • Lumbar Strain

    The most common cause of back pain is sprain or strain, although pain can be so intense and severe that the cause may be attributed to a vertebral fracture, disc disorder,[] Smoking can also lead to back pain and increase chances of lumbosacral strain.[] The most common cause of back pain is sprain or strain, although pain can be so intense and severe that the cause may be attributed to a vertebral fracture , disc disorder[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    Most vertebral compression fractures result in a loss of more than 15% to 20% of the height of the vertebra.[] , which may include ultrasound, massage, conditioning, and exercise programs Weight control Use of a lumbosacral back support Medicine to control pain and relax muscles If[] fractures, spine infection or tumor, inflammatory spondyloarthropathy, pregnancy, comorbid conditions contraindicating surgery, or inability/unwillingness to have surgery[]

  • Musculoskeletal Lower Back Pain

    […] low back pain (LBP) and was later diagnosed with lumbosacral chordoma.[] fractures, shoulder pain, arm and leg pain.[] ., MRSA) Immunosuppression, HIV, chronic steroid use Intravenous or injected drug use Recent spinal, genitourinary or gastrointestinal surgery or procedure Fracture (Vertebral[]

  • Disorders of the Sacrum

    Vertebral Fractures Vertebral compression fractures occur when the normal vertebral body of the spine is squeezed or compressed.[] Instability of sacroiliac Sacral back pain Sacral pain Sacral region pain Sacrococcygeal disorder Sacroiliac instability Sacroiliac joint pain Sacrum disorder Applies To[] The sacral canal runs down the center of the sacrum and represents the end of the vertebral canal.[]

  • Lumbar Osteoarthritis

    Methods Participants in an ongoing epidemiological study of the prevalence of vertebral osteoporotic fractures formed the pool from which suitable subjects were selected.[] Performing a less stressful job may be very helpful to relieve back pain caused due to Lumbosacral spondylosis without myelopathy.[] The most common complaint regarding osteoarthritis of the lower spine, also known as lumbosacral arthritis, is frequent and unrelenting lower back pain.[]

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