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Anatomical terminology

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Anatomical terminology is used by anatomists and zoologists, in scientific journals, textbooks, ... Radial referring to the radius bone, seen laterally in the anatomical position. Ulnar referring to...

Referring to the area of the lower back - Answers

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Low Back Pain with Referred Pain - Spine-Health

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Referred pain is usually felt in the low back area and tends to radiate into the groin, buttock and upper thigh. The pain often moves around, and rarely radiates  ...

Anatomical Terms: Anatomy Regions, Planes, Areas, Directions ...

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May 10, 2016 ... The dorsal cavity is on the posterior (back side) of the body and contains the .... Inguinal — the groin or area in lower lateral regions of the abdomen; Lumbar ... When referring to the hypochondriac region(s) it only refers to ...

Evaluating and Managing Acute Low Back Pain in the Primary Care ...

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For patients with acute, nonspecific low back pain, the primary emphasis of treatment should ..... For patients insistent on an advanced imaging study, referring the patient to a conservative ..... Small area analysis of surgery for low- back pain.

Low back pain - acute | University of Maryland Medical Center

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Low back pain refers to pain that you feel in your lower back. .... determine whether you need to see a physical therapist and can refer you to one in your area.

Back Pain | UW Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, Seattle

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Most doctors refer to back pain as acute (generally severe, but short-lived), subacute or ... Recent studies indicate that direct medical costs for lower back pain .... your back in different positions observe and feel the area of most pain and/or ...

Low back pain Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...

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Make research projects and school reports about Low back pain easy with ... The lumbar vertebrae are distinct from the cervical (neck area) and thoracic (upper ...

Is it Myoskeletal or Visceral Pain? / American Massage Therapy ...

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Jan 20, 2013 ... It is unlikely but possible that shoulder, low back or mid thoracic pain is a sign of something ... the appendix may refer pain to the umbilical area.

Sciatica and low back pain. Sciatica treatment info - Patient | Patient

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Low back pain is an extremely common problem that is often poorly managed. Back ..... If there is progressive, persistent or severe neurological deficit, refer for ...

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Understanding Low Back Pain (Lumbago) - Spine-Health

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Lumbago is the general term referring to low back pain, and the two terms are ... The area of pain distribution – meaning where the pain is felt, if it is confined to ...

Lower Back and Groin Pain - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

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Discover the best treatment approach to your Lower back and groin pain Lower back ... This type of groin pain is due to the hip referring pain into your groin. ... it often refers pain into the lower back area and this can result in buttocks pain also.

Lower Back and Hip Pain - Lower Back Pain Toolkit

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Lower back and hip pain can be caused by referred pain from the spine, a hip ... may be felt in the femoral nerve area which includes the groin and the hip area.