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Archive: Aug 2020

    “Lumbarised S1” – The transitional (potentially mobile) lumbosacral segment and its excellent fixation via “double-ALIF”.

    This man in his 40s, Patient “X”, presented with progressive low back pain and sciatica. The MRI below shows the dark “desiccated” discs (deranged by LOSS of hydration and height, and hence also their normal cushioning function) at “L4/5 and L5/S1” (in red dashed circle), with a forward slip (magenta dashed arrow, below) of his […]

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