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 (săk′rō-lŭm′bər, -bär′, sā′krō-)
Of, relating to, or affecting the sacral and the lumbar region.
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a. sacrolumbar, rel. a las regiones sacral y lumbar.
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Excessive use of accessory respiratory muscles and the mouth breathing observed with asthma may lead to the development of alterations in posture.1 Asthmatics tend to have a typical 'tight' posture characterised by a forward slumping of the upper back (thoracic kyphosis) and flattening of the sacrolumbar area ("flat-back" posture), adversely impacting pulmonary function.
Vertebral dislocations are high-energy lesions that are frequently described at the level of the thoracolumbar (1) and sacrolumbar (2-4) junctions, but rarely occur in the mid-lumbar segments, where fewer than 20 cases have been reported in the literature (Table 1).