Translation of lumbar in Spanish:

lumbar

lumbar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈləmbər//ˈləmˌbɑr//ˈlʌmbə/

adjective

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    lumbar
    • Their origins are generally between the first and third lumbar vertebrae.
    • They are usually used to scan the lumbar region (the lower back) and the hips.
    • The lower part of the back, the lumbar region, is composed of 5 vertebrae known as L1 to L5.
    • Below the lumbar spine is the sacrum, which is actually five vertebrae fused into one bone.
    • It often projects through to the back in the midline lumbar area where it may be as intense as it is anteriorly.
    • Although buttock pain may originate from the hip, the lumbar spine is the usual source.
    • Metastatic disease in the lumbar area can cause spinal cord compression.
    • And the driver's seat was perfectly shaped to support the lumbar region - a joy after a hard day's work.
    • The contribution to the nerve from the second lumbar nerve may be absent.
    • The lumbar form of transverse process may be present in the eleventh thoracic vertebra.
    • The scientists then injected those neurons into the lumbar spinal cords of the paralyzed rats.
    • This section passes through the upper half of the fourth lumbar vertebra.
    • The number of ribs may be increased by addition at either the cervical or lumbar end of the series.
    • The eighth and ninth thoracic vertebrae and the fifth lumbar vertebra were crushed.
    • This guide is designed for people with a herniated lumbar disk, not a herniated cervical disk.
    • The waist is the house of the kidneys, deficiency causes soreness and weakness of the lumbar region.
    • The patient rests the dorsum of the hand on the back in the lumbar area.
    • The block is most often at belt level in the middle and lower lumbar spine.
    • Bone mineral density at the lumbar spine was assessed at baseline and after one and two years of contraceptive use.
    • As the lumbar spinal canal shrinks, the nerves that go through it are squeezed.