spinal column


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The spinal column is made up of 26 bones, known as vertebrae.
Most individuals suffer of mild or severe spinal column deformities, such as scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis or combinations of these.
Prior Information Notice: Fn motol - disktrakcnE[degrees] cages for the anterior spinal column.
To view the photo gallery, click here The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation , involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient's spinal cord and constructing a "nerve bridge" between two stumps of the damaged spinal column.
The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation, involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient's spinal cord and constructing a "nerve bridge" between two stumps of the damaged spinal column.
Musculoskeletal imbalances are frequent among the population, particularly those related to the spinal column.
3) In his review, he did not consider the possibility of spinal column length affecting the spread of subarachnoid local anesthetics.
The researchers' hypothesis was that these changes in the brain's lysosomal network could be reflected in the spinal fluid, which surrounds the brain's various parts and drains down into the spinal column.
It isn't funny, you try sitting in a police car all day, those speed bumps can play havoc with the spinal column.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Santorini line of corpectomy cage systems, which is designed to replace collapsed, damaged or unstable vertebral bodies due to trauma or tumor and provide anterior spinal column support.
The cell-based therapy uses the dermal cells derived from the patient to differentiate into cartilage type cells necessary to regrow the nucleus pulposus, a jelly-like substance that acts as a cushion or shock absorber to the spinal column, the company said.
My aim is to explain why we need to take care of our backs by explaining the workings of the anatomy, especially the spinal column, and how it reacts to different workplace postures.
Speaking with pharma reps, FSD opponent Leonore Tiefer, Good Vibrations' Carol Queen and, most heart-brea kingly, with Charletta, a healthy middle-aged woman taking part in the clinical trial for the "Orgasmatron," an electrode that is inserted into her spinal column, Orgasm inc.
It was the trapezius muscle which played a vital role in Lisa's recovery by supporting her unstable spinal column without the need for surgery.