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*  Laminectomy
Back surgery can relieve pressure on the spine, but it is not a cure-all for spinal stenosis. There may be considerable pain ... Better Health Channel Explanation and illustration of minimal spine surgery laminectomy. ... of substantial amounts of bone and tissue may require additional procedures such as spinal fusion to stabilize the spine and ...
*  Degenerative disc disease
... spine. Laminoplasty: A procedure that reaches the cervical spine from the back of the neck. The spinal canal is then ... There is a disc between each of the vertebrae in the spine. A healthy, well-hydrated disc will contain a great deal of water in ... Much of the mechanical stress that is caused by everyday movements is transferred to the discs within the spine and the water ... A bone graft, and in some cases a metal plate and screws, is used to stabilize the spine. Dynamic Stabilisation: Following a ...
*  Baastrup's sign
The reason it is referred to as kissing spine is because the posterior spinous processes 'kiss' and touch one another as the ... Baastrup's sign, or kissing spine, is an orthopedic and radiographic disorder that often occurs in elderly humans. It is ... "Who named it - Baastrup's sign". Lin, E. (2008). "Baastrup's disease (kissing spine) demonstrated by FDG PET/CT". Skeletal ... characterized by enlargement of the posterior spinous projections of the lumbar spine, with normal intervertebral disc height ...
*  Cervical spine disorder
... s are illnesses that affect the cervical spine, which is made up of the upper first seven vertebrae, ... Subaxial cervical spine Atlanto-axial joint The elderly Because of such symptoms, people often mistake cervical spine disorder ... The spine is examined for its range of motion and any pain that may arise from movement. Blood work might be utilized in ... The cervical spine contains many different anatomic compositions, including muscles, bones, ligaments, and joints. All of these ...
*  Facet joint arthrosis
The facet joints or zygapophyseal joints are synovial cartilage covered joints that limit the movement of the spine and ... J Bone Joint Surg Br 1987; 69: 3-7. iSpine: Evidence-Based Interventional Spine Care. Michael J. DePalma, MD(editor). Demos ...
*  Myelopathy
As outlined above, the most common form of myelopathy is secondary to degeneration of the cervical spine. Newer findings have ... The Spine Journal. 14 (11): 2589-2597. doi:10.1016/j.spinee.2014.02.027. PMC 4426500 . PMID 24561036. Chen R, Cros D, Curra A, ... of the cervical spine, which result in narrowing of the spinal canal (spinal stenosis) ultimately causing compression of the ... Spine. 38: S78-S88. doi:10.1097/brs.0b013e3182a7eb06. Behrbalk, Eyal; Salame, Khalil; Regev, Gilad J.; Keynan, Ory; Boszczyk, ...
*  Frostbite Spine
... (78°6′S 163°0′E / 78.100°S 163.000°E / -78.100; 163.000Coordinates: 78°6′S 163°0′E / 78.100°S 163.000°E ... "Frostbite Spine". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2012-04-11. This article ... incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Frostbite Spine" (content from the ...
*  Mental spine
A mental spine is a small projection of bone on the posterior aspect of the mandible (lower jaw bone) in the midline. The ... The inferior mental spines are the points of origin of the geniohyoid muscle, one of the suprahyoid muscles and the superior ... mental spines are the origin of the genioglossus muscle, one of the muscles of the tongue. Mental spine "Genial tubercle." The ... There are usually four mental spines: two superior and two inferior. Collectively they are also known as the genial tubercle, ...
*  Spine shelving
... is a book-shelving technique. Books are usually shelved upright with the spines facing out; when a book is ... Putting a book with the spine down is called spine shelving; and the opposite is called foredge shelving. Chained library. ...
*  Spine pad
The Spine Pad (or "spine protector") was an item of military kit used by the British Army when on service in hot climates. It ... The effect of the sun on the spine was thought to be dangerous in terms of developing fever and sunstroke. The Imperial War ... Cholera belt Renbourn, E. T. (1956). The spine pad: A discarded item of tropical clothing. Journal of the Royal Army Medical ... http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/30015898 Imperial War Museum Spine Pad (tropical): Catalogue number EQU 3858 ...
*  Dendritic spine
Most spines have a bulbous head (the spine head), and a thin neck that connects the head of the spine to the shaft of the ... In youth, dendritic spine turnover is relatively high and produces a net loss of spines. This high rate of spine turnover may ... Furthermore, spine number is very variable and spines come and go; in a matter of hours, 10-20% of spines can spontaneously ... Dendritic spines are small with spine head volumes ranging 0.01 µm3 to 0.8 µm3. Spines with strong synaptic contacts typically ...
*  Spine (zoology)
Spines are found in a wide range of animals both vertebrate and invertebrate. In most spiny mammals, the spines are modified ... Spines are also found in internal organs in invertebrates, such as the copulatory spines in the male or female organs of ... The sting that is found in a stingray is a type of barbed spine. Spines are also found in invertebrate animals, such as sea ... In many cases, spines are a defense mechanism that help protect the animal against potential predators. Because spines are ...
*  Caroline's Spine
"Caroline's Spine's Jimmy Newquist Talks With JAMtv: Caroline's Spine : Rolling Stone". 2008-04-05. Archived from the original ... "Caroline's Spine". ink19.com. Retrieved 28 March 2017. Caroline's Spine Site. ... "Caroline's Spine Hits The States Like A Monsoon: Caroline's Spine : Rolling Stone". 2008-04-05. Archived from the original on ... Caroline's Spine is an alternative rock band based in Phoenix, Arizona. The group's touring schedule in the mid-1990s landed ...
*  Railway spine
... claimed that all railway spine symptoms were due to physical damage to the spine or brain, whereas French and British scholars ... Railway spine was a nineteenth-century diagnosis for the post-traumatic symptoms of passengers involved in railroad accidents. ... The nature of symptoms caused by "railway spine" was hotly debated in the late 19th century, notably at the meetings of the ( ... For this reason, railway spine is often known as Erichsen's disease. Railway collisions were a frequent occurrence in the early ...
*  Spine apparatus
The structures of spine apparatuses differ depending on their elaboration and position in the spine. Spines can be classified ... The shape of the spine apparatus differs depending upon which spine type it is associated with. For example, when the spine ... which is structurally similar to the spine apparatus. (2) The spine apparatus is generally found in mushroom spines of mature ... including an increase in the ratio of spine apparatus volume to spine volume. Abnormal spine apparatus morphology has also been ...
*  High Spine
Boston's High Spine is an architectural planning design that arose in 1961, designed by the Committee of Civic Design, part of ... The basic idea of the High Spine is to create a string of skyscrapers that runs from Huntington Avenue to the South End on a ... Two peaks of the High Spine, the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Tower are found in Boston's Back Bay between ... The other peaks of the High Spine are found in the Financial District.[further explanation needed]. ...
*  Spine Island
... (60°36′S 46°2′W / 60.600°S 46.033°W / -60.600; -46.033Coordinates: 60°36′S 46°2′W / 60.600°S 46.033°W / - ... "Spine Island" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).. ...
*  Humeral spine
The majority of anuran species that present humeral spines are glassfrogs (family Centrolenidae) but humeral spines have been ... Humeral spines are ventrolateral extensions of the humeral crista ventralis.[citation needed] These structures are present in ... In all cases, humeral spines are present in males but not in females. Nuptial pad William E. Duellman; Linda Trueb (1994). ...
*  SPINE (software)
SPINE is a feature rich CMS that does not require detailed technical skills to use. Some of SPINE's most significant features ... SPINE is licensed under the GPL, and is written in the Perl programming language and can use the MySQL or PostgreSQL database. ... SPINE is a free, open source content management system for publishing content on the World Wide Web and intranets. The system ...
*  Ischial spine
Right hip bone, external surface, showing the greater and lesser sciatic notches, separated by the ischial spine. Articulations ... the ischial spine, more or less elongated in different subjects. It can serve as a landmark in pudendal anesthesia. ...
*  Electric Spine
In 2012, the spine was set to be completed within Network Rail's Control Period 5 (CP5, 2014-2019). This will not be the case, ... The "Electric Spine" was the name for part of a, now largely cancelled, rolling programme of railway electrification projects ... The north-south axis of the link leads to the spine name. A high-capacity passenger and freight corridor will run from the ... The various projects to create the spine are at different stages of development, and will be completed at different times. The ...
*  Spine Chillers
... www.mausoleumclubforum.org.uk/ClassicGhostStoriesReview.pdf Spine Chillers (EOFFTV). Spine Chillers (1980) on IMDb Spine ... Spine Chillers is also the name of a British series aimed at older viewers, a horror/comedy anthology first shown on BBC Three ... Spine Chillers was a 1980 British children's supernatural television series produced by the Jackanory team and broadcast on ...
*  Spine (journal)
Spine is available in print, online, and on the iPad; there is an accompanying Spine blog. Spine is considered the most cited ... for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Japan Spine Research Society Korean Society of Spine Surgery Scoliosis Research Society Spine ... The following societies are affiliated with Spine: Argentine Society for the Study of Spine Pathology Asia Pacific Orthopaedic ... Spine is considered the leading orthopaedic journal covering cutting-edge spine research. ...
*  Neutral spine
A neutral spine or good posture refers to the "three natural curves [that] are present in a healthy spine." Looking directly at ... Maintaining a Healthy Spine - Posture A Patient's Guide to Rehabilitation for Low Back Pain: Understanding the Neutral Spine ... SPINE, pp. 346-353 Vogel, Amanda (2001), Helping Clients Find Neutral Spine, ACE Certified News Markusic, Jeanne, ... From a side view, the cervical (neck) region of the spine (C1-C7) is bent inward, the thoracic (upper back) region (T1-T12) ...
*  Nasal spine
The nasal spine (spina nasalis) may refer to: Anterior nasal spine (spina nasalis anterior maxillae) Posterior nasal spine ( ...