However, current assessment of perceived danger relies on self-report, on information of which the person is aware and willing to disclose. To overcome this limitation, attempts have been made to investigate implicit evaluation of movement-related threatening images in people with persistent low backpain (PLBP) and pain-related fear... Keyword: Persistent backpain. Keyword: Threat-response.
A magnetic resonance imaging study of human cadaver spines.To investigate associations between cartilage endplate (CEP) thickness and disc degeneration.Damage to the CEP is associated with spinal injury and backpain. However, CEP morphology and its association with disc degeneration have not been well characterized.Ten lumbar motion segments with varying degrees of disc degeneration were harvested from six ...
Intervertebral Disc Degeneration (6), Back Pain (1), more mentions
... disc degeneration.Previously, a cadaveric study revealed that endplate lesions were common and associated with backpain history... on the clinical significance of endplate lesions, including their relation with MCs, disc degeneration and backpain.Using a MRI archive, 1564 endplates of 133 subjects (59 men and 74 women, mean ...
Intervertebral Disc Degeneration (4), Back Pain (2), more mentions
A comparison study of BackPain Functional Scale (BPFS) with Roland Morris Questionnaire (RMQ), Oswestry Disability ... The primary goal in the treatment of patients with low backpain is to improve the patients' levels of activities and participation ... focusing on function have been developed in patients with low backpain.
... OR = 1.73, 95%CI 1.21-2.47) compared to non-obese patients.In this large cohort of patients with lumbar spinal fusions we observed more significant weight loss in obese and extremely obese patients compared to non-obese patients. Additional research is needed to determine whether this weight loss is due to improvements in backpain and increased physical activity.3.
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Despite the prevalence and the substantial economic impact of chronic low backpain (LBP), little is known about the relationship between HL and the treatment and management of this common disease entity AbstractText: The purpose of this systematic review of published research was to examine the ... Keyword: Low backpain.
Pain Management (2) Back Pain (3), Chronic Pain (2), more mentions
... psychometric testing in a convenience sample of patients with low backpain.To translate and adapt the Japanese Orthopaedic Association BackPain Evaluation Questionnaire (JOABPEQ) into a simplified Chinese version, and assess ... There was a floor effect in Q1 Low Backpain (38, 20.65%).The results indicate that the simplified Chinese version ...
Abstract: Screening for red flags in individuals with low backpain (LBP) has been a historical hallmark of musculoskeletal management... not support clinical examination driven by red flag symptoms; and (3) the recognition that red flag symptoms may have a stronger relationship with prognosis than diagnosis Keyword: low backpain.
... spinal stenosis secondary to degenerative lumbar spondylolisthesis is a common radiographic diagnosis associated with chronic backpain and radicular symptoms... Backpain improved only in the non-progressing group.The majority of cases of low grade spondylolisthesis ... Backpain improved with non-operative treatment only in those without progression.2.
Spondylolisthesis (4), Back Pain (3), Spinal Stenosis (1), more mentions
Background and objectives The prevalence of pain syndromes that affect the territories innervated by the trigeminal nerve, such as headaches, is one of the highest and ranks second only to low backpain. A potential mechanism underlying this high prevalence may be a relatively weak endogenous pain modulation of trigeminal pain.
Methods -In a multicenter prospective observational study involving 6 hospitals in 4 countries from 2014 to 2016, consecutive outpatients were eligible if they had ≥1 of the following: chest/abdominal/backpain, syncope, perfusion deficit, and if AAS was in differential diagnosis. The tool for PPA was the aortic dissection detection risk score (ADD-RS, 0 to 3), per current ...
Female participants and those with spinalpain more commonly rated pain relief as highly important. Participants with lower educational levels were more likely to rate diagnosis and information and education as important AbstractText: This study demonstrated that most patients presenting to primary care physiotherapists value all aspects of physiotherapy care and do not simply want treatment for pain.
... characterize clinician predictors of low-value imaging for acute uncomplicated backpain and headache, including clinicians who saw both conditions.Multivariate logistic regression modeling of imaging rates after acute uncomplicated backpain and headache visits as indicated by January 2010 to December ... 720 adults ages 18 to 64 years with acute uncomplicated backpain; 52 876 primary care physicians conducted visits for 492 805 ...
Midwives may wish to recommend reflexology to promote normal childbirth and facilitate women centred care AbstractText: this trial was listed with the International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number Register (ISRCTN26607527) Keyword: Clinical Trial. Keyword: Duration. Keyword: Labour. Keyword: Low backpain. Keyword: Midwifery. Keyword: Nursing. Keyword: Pelvic girdle pain. Keyword: Pilot study.
... was used to evaluate the risk factors of mortality and recurrence.The 102 enrolled patients had an average age 63.3 ± 11.2 years old and male-to-female ratio of 1:1.04. Backpain was present in 75.5% of patients and the most commonly infected site was the lumbosacral spine. Infection associated with vascular access was identified in 31.4% of patients.
... an 8-month period, reflecting all possible scenarios based on 3 insurance types (Medicaid, state exchange, and commercial) and 2 conditions (hypertension and backpain... Backpain, compared with hypertension, had lower 7-day appointment rate (27.6% versus 33.7%; difference 6.1%; 95% CI 1.0% to 11.2%), but no significant difference ...
Men's Health (3), Cardiovascular Diseases (2) Hypertension (2), Back Pain (2), more mentions