What Is Lumbosacral Vertebra Scoliosis?
In the afternoon, I just did a spinal cord and the impression is lumbosacral vertebra scoliosis.
Hello Nur Habibah,
Scoliosis is an abnormal form of the spine that is curved towards the right or left side or form the letter S. Women and men have the same risk for experiencing scoliosis. Causes of scoliosis include:
Idiopathic, the exact cause is unknown but mild scoliosis is commonly found Degenerative or aging Congenital or congenital scoliosis Neuromuscular disorders (muscles and nerves around the spine) Symptoms of scoliosis include:
Shoulder or hip height next leg length is not the same length Body leaning to one side Back pain Difficulty breathing (in severe cases) Numbness or tingling in one lower leg The diagnosis of scoliosis is based on X-ray examination. Lumbosacral vertebra scoliosis means that the deformity of the spine curves to the left or right side occurs in the spine of the lumbosacral area (as high as the arch above the pelvis). Management of scoliosis varies greatly from the administration of pain medications, the use of special corsets, physiotherapy, and surgical procedures.
Avoid carrying heavy loads on one side of the body, maintain posture when standing or sitting, regular exercise. Maintain ideal body weight. Perform a routine evaluation to the orthopedic doctor to see the progress of your scoliosis. Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.