Lordosis

Common Name(s)

Lordosis

Lordosis is a condition characterized by an inward curving of the spine. The condition can be caused by many factors, such as arthritis, muscle problems, or obesity. Depending on the severity, individuals with this condition may have varying diffculty in performing physical tasks, such as walking and running. In very severe cases, individuals may have trouble performing basic day-to-day tasks. Treatment for this condition is based on the severity of the curving. Doctors may suggest individuals wear a spinal brace to correct the inner curving of the spine. Doctors may also suggest surgery in more severe cases.

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Scientific Literature

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The terms "Lordosis" returned 45 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Decreased Lumbar Lordosis and Deficient Acetabular Coverage Are Risk Factors for Subchondral Insufficiency Fracture.
 

Author(s): Woo Lam Jo, Woo Suk Lee, Dong Sik Chae, Ick Hwan Yang, Kyoung Min Lee, Kyung Hoi Koo

Journal: J. Korean Med. Sci.. 2016 Oct;31(10):1650-5.

 

Subchondral insufficiency fracture (SIF) of the femoral head occurs in the elderly and recipients of organ transplantation. Osteoporosis and deficient lateral coverage of the acetabulum are known risk factors for SIF. There has been no study about relation between spinopelvic alignment ...

Last Updated: 23 Aug 2016

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Relationships between lumbar inter-vertebral motion and lordosis in healthy adult males: a cross sectional cohort study.
 

Author(s): Alister du Rose, Alan Breen

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Intervertebral motion impairment is widely thought to be related to chronic back disability, however, the movements of inter-vertebral pairs are not independent of each other and motion may also be related to morphology. Furthermore, maximum intervertebral range of motion (IV-RoMmax) ...

Last Updated: 11 Mar 2016

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Lumbar Lordosis of Spinal Stenosis Patients during Intraoperative Prone Positioning.
 

Author(s): Su-Keon Lee, Seung-Hwan Lee, Kyung-Sub Song, Byung-Moon Park, Sang-Youn Lim, Geun Jang, Beom-Seok Lee, Seong-Hwan Moon, Hwan-Mo Lee

Journal: Clin Orthop Surg. 2016 Mar;8(1):65-70.

 

To evaluate the effect of spondylolisthesis on lumbar lordosis on the OSI (Jackson; Orthopaedic Systems Inc.) frame. Restoration of lumbar lordosis is important for maintaining sagittal balance. Physiologic lumbar lordosis has to be gained by intraoperative prone positioning with ...

Last Updated: 1 Mar 2016

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Last Updated: 17 Nov 2016

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