Did you perchance mean spondylosis?
- n. pathology A defect of the pars interarticularis.
“Rehabilitation Medicine, Neurological Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery, also provides a comprehensive analysis of "spondylolysis," which usually represents a stress fracture of the arch of the fifth lumbar vertebra and can affect a fair number of physically active patients around adolescence.”
“Dr. Chris Standaert, Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Neurological Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery, also provides a comprehensive analysis of "spondylolysis," which usually represents a stress fracture of the arch of the fifth lumbar vertebra and can affect a fair number of physically active patients around adolescence.”
“Scoliosis, kyphosis, tumors, back pain, spondylolysis | The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia”
“This condition, which is technically a spondylolysis, but let's not bother trying to pronounce that, especially with a Boston accent, usually occurs over a period of time rather than through a traumatic origin.”
“Ellis revealed Wednesday that he suffers from spondylolysis, a small hole at the base of the spine, and said that condition is what caused his back pain.”
“Injury to the lumbar pars interarticularis (spondylolysis) is reported to be a common cause of low back pain in young patients.”
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“Higher rates of incident low back pain have been observed in college football players who have baseline radiographic abnormalities of spondylolysis (80. 5\%) compared with those with no abnormal radiographs at baseline (32\%) over a 1-year period. [”
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