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Cranio sacral

A M Walker, A Martin, T Pfau, E L Sparkes, A M Wilson, T H Witte
Race jockey training is demanding and technical. Increased horse care costs and demands on time have led to greater availability and use of racehorse simulators during training. Little is known about the accuracy of the simulated movement and therefore how effective they are for developing the desired technique. We quantified and compared sacral rotation and displacement vectors for a racehorse simulator and a real galloping horse. A single inertial measurement unit was placed on the sacrum of six horses (horse) during a training gallop along an all-weather seven furlong gallop and on the highest speed setting 'four' on the simulator...
October 3, 2016: Journal of Biomechanics
Raheel Ahmed, Arshin Sheybani, Arnold H Menezes, John M Buatti, Patrick W Hitchon
OBJECTIVE: Chordomas carry significant morbidity due to their growth patterns and surgical constraints in resection. En bloc resection, when feasible, is the ideal treatment goal, but is associated with significant morbidity. We sought to elucidate the relationship between extent of surgery, location and radiotherapy in relation to overall disease and progression free survival (PFS). METHODS: We reviewed case records for all patients with a primary histopathological diagnosis of clival and spinal chordomas that was presented to our institution between 1978 and 2010...
March 2015: Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery
Oliver Pieske, Christoph Landersdorfer, Christoph Trumm, Axel Greiner, Jens Wallmichrath, Oliver Gottschalk, Bianka Rubenbauer
BACKGROUND: Sacroiliac-percutaneous-screw-placement (SPSP) for unstable-posterior-pelvic-ring-injuries (UPPRI) might be associated with severe neurovascular complications because of screw-mal-position. The aim of the present study was to analysis the effectivity of computer-tomography-guided (CTG)-SPSP including accuracy of screw-placement, quality of injury-reduction and documentation of perioperative-complications. Additionally, procedure-dependent radiation-dose and outcome should be analysed...
February 2015: Injury
J C Le Huec, H Demezon, S Aunoble
OBJECTIVE: To define reference parameters for analyzing sagittal balance of the cervical spine in asymptomatic volunteers. METHODS: Prospective study after Bioethics Committee approval. Imaging performed using a low-dose radiographic system (EOS Imaging, Paris, France). The absence of pain was assessed using the Oswestry Questionnaire and VAS. 106 subjects were included of whom 55.66 % were men. The parameters measured were: pelvic incidence, pelvic tilt, sacral slope, thoracic and lumbar curvature, C7 plumb line position and the spino-sacral angle...
January 2015: European Spine Journal
K Abelin-Genevois, A Idjerouidene, P Roussouly, J M Vital, C Garin
PURPOSE: To describe the normal cervical sagittal alignment of the pediatric spine in a normal population and to identify the changes during growth period. METHODS: We randomly selected in PACS database 150 full-spine standing views. Exclusion criteria were: age >18 years, spinal deformity and any disease affecting the spine (medical charts reviewing). For cervical alignment we measured: OC-angle according to Mc Gregor, C1C7 angle, upper cervical angle, inferior cervical angle and C7 tilt...
July 2014: European Spine Journal
Niladri Kumar Mahato
In light of advancements in imaging techniques and basic science studies, this study proposes modifications in the existing Castellvi's classification for better clinical and biomechanical correlation of LSTV subtypes. LSTVs are commonly occurring variations of the lower spine. The current system does not include functionally important structural variations of the neural arch components and sacral auricular surfaces induced by LSTV afflictions within the classification. This study is an attempt to integrate vital biomechanical correlates into the proposed modification...
July 2013: Medical Hypotheses
Siyou Wang, Shujing Zhang
UNLABELLED: Study Type - Diagnostic (case series) Level of Evidence 4. What's known on the subject? and What does the study add? Pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) and transvaginal electrical stimulation (TES) are two commonly used forms of conservative treatment for stress urinary incontinence (SUI). PFMT may build up the structural support of the pelvis, but many SUI patients are unable to perform PFMT effectively and its primary disadvantage is lack of long-term patient compliance...
November 2012: BJU International
Stefano Di Concetto, Ron E Mandsager, Thomas W Riebold, Susanne M Stieger-Vanegas, Maria Killos
OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether rostral extension of the hind limbs increases the cranio-caudal dorsal interlaminar distance between the seventh lumbar vertebra and the sacral bone (LS distance) in sternally recumbent anesthetized dogs. STUDY DESIGN: Prospective clinical study. ANIMALS: Eighteen dogs (eight neutered males, three intact males, six spayed females, one intact female) of various breeds, weighing 4-34 kg and ranging in age from 1 to 13 years...
January 2012: Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Hirotaka Andoh, Yoshiharu Kawaguchi, Shoji Seki, Yumiko Asanuma, Jun Fukuoka, Shin Ishizawa, Tomoatsu Kimura
Ependymomas are uncommon tumors that arise in the brain, spinal cord or cauda equina. Myxopapillary ependymomas is located exclusively in the conus medullaris or cauda equina, or film terminale region. In most myxopapillary ependymomas, the histological examination reveals low mitotic activity that is associated with a low MIB-1 labeling index (LI). The prognosis is generally favorable, when the appropriate treatment, including a total resection, is performed. The authors encountered a 39-year-old man with multifocal type of myxopapillary ependymomas compressing the cauda equina from the L2 to L3 level and L5-S1 level...
March 2011: Asian Spine Journal
John A Nyakatura, Martin S Fischer
Given the importance of thoraco-lumbar spine movements in the locomotion of mammals, it is surprising that in vivo three-dimensional (3-D) data on the intervertebral movement of the mammalian thoraco-lumbar vertebral column during symmetrical gaits is limited to horses and dogs. To test whether kinematic patterns similar to those published for these cursorial species are also present during a contrasting mode of quadrupedalism, we quantified thoraco-lumbar intervertebral movements, the resulting pelvic displacements and relative femoral movements during the trot-like steady-state suspensory quadrupedal locomotion of the two-toed sloth (Xenarthra, Choloepus didactylus)...
December 15, 2010: Journal of Experimental Biology
Emma Bradley, Fiona Finlay
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 2009: Archives of Disease in Childhood
L Kornreich, O Konen, M Schwarz, Y Siegel, G Horev, I Hershkovitz, Z Laron
OBJECTIVE: To investigate abnormalities in the skeleton (with the exclusion of the skull, cervical spine, hands and feet) in patients with Laron syndrome, who have an inborn growth hormone resistance and congenital insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) deficiency. DESIGN AND PATIENTS: The study group was composed of 15 untreated patients with Laron syndrome (seven male and eight female) aged 21-68 years. Plain films of the axial and appendicular skeleton were evaluated retrospectively for abnormalities in structure and shape...
February 2008: Skeletal Radiology
A A Dorofeeva, S S Panteleev, L A Markova, E B Pluzhnichenko, V A Bagaev, F N Makarov
The localization and morphological features of viscerosensory neurons of sacral spinal ganglia (SSG), innervating the colon, were investigated. In urethane anaesthetized cats, the solution of horseradish peroxidase was injected under the serosa of ascending and descending parts of the colon as well as of the rectum. After 48 hours animals were repeatedly anesthetized and transcardially perfused. Sections of SSG were stained according to Mezulam protocol (1978). All the regions of the colon studied were shown to receive afferent innervation from neurons of SSG SI, SII and SIII...
2006: Morfologi︠a︡
Jörg Wilting, Yama Aref, Ruijin Huang, Stanislav I Tomarev, Lothar Schweigerer, Bodo Christ, Petr Valasek, Maria Papoutsi
The earliest signs of the lymphatic vascular system are the lymph sacs, which develop adjacent to specific embryonic veins. It has been suggested that sprouts from the lymph sacs form the complete lymphatic vascular system. We have studied the origin of the jugular lymph sacs (JLS), the dermal lymphatics and the lymph hearts of avian embryos. In day 6.5 embryos, the JLS is an endothelial-lined sinusoidal structure. The lymphatic endothelial cells (LECs) stain (in the quail) positive for QH1 antibody and soybean agglutinin...
April 1, 2006: Developmental Biology
Søren Ventegodt, Joav Merrick, Niels Jørgen Andersen, Tom Bendix
The chronic state of whiplash-associated disorder (WAD) might be understood as a somatization of existential pain. Intervention aimed to improve quality of life (QOL) seemed to be a solution for such situations. The basic idea behind the intervention was holistic, restoring quality of life and relationship with self, in order to diminish tension in the locomotion system, especially the neck. A psychosomatic theory for WAD is proposed. Our treatment was a short 2-day course with teachings in philosophy of life, followed by 6-10 individual sessions in gestalt psychotherapy and body therapy (Rosen therapy and Cranio Sacral therapy), followed by a 1-day course approximately 2 months later, closing the intervention...
2004: TheScientificWorldJournal
Justus T Strauch, David Spielvogel, Alexander Lauten, Ning Zhang, Howard Shiang, Donald Weisz, Carol A Bodian, Randall B Griepp
UNLABELLED: IObjective: Our purpose was to investigate the interaction of the important components of spinal cord blood supply in the pig model to enable its use for future studies of spinal cord protection. METHODS: 25 juvenile pigs (20-22 Kg) underwent serial intercostal (IC) or lumbar artery (LA) ligation until disappearance of motor evoked potentials (MEPs). Pigs underwent sequential craniocaudal (IC/LA ligation alone (n=5); following clamping of both subclavian arteries (n=4)m, or clamping of the median sacral artery (MSA, n=4); preceded by clamping of the subclavian arteries (n=4), or of the MSA (n=4)...
October 2003: Revista Portuguesa de Cirurgia Cardio-torácica e Vascular
A I Babenko, G G Orekhova
According to a questionnaire of 830 patients and 153 neurologists, both a timely asking for medical care and a timely treatment at specialized neurology hospitals are the key factor that cuts the rate of complications in craniocerebral trauma. Finally, a differential approach to treatment schemes with due respect to a trauma severity, availability of rehabilitation centers and application of new medical technologies, e.g. cranio-sacral therapy, are equally important.
September 2003: Problemy Sot︠s︡ialʹnoĭ Gigieny, Zdravookhranenii︠a︡ i Istorii Medit︠s︡iny
I V Makarov
The paper analyses the effect of mild gravitational overload (MGO) produced by patient's centrifugation in short-radius centrifuge in cranio-sacral orientation (+Gz) as a part of combined therapy for lower limb arteriosclerosis obliterans. Total 211 patients with I-II grade disease were divided into 3 groups: the first group (59 patients) was treated only by MGO, the second (100 patients) received both MGO and conventional conservative therapy, the third control group (52 patients) underwent conventional therapy only...
2003: Angiologii︠a︡ i Sosudistai︠a︡ Khirurgii︠a︡, Angiology and Vascular Surgery
Justus T Strauch, David Spielvogel, Alexander Lauten, Ning Zhang, Howard Shiang, Donald Weisz, Carol A Bodian, Randall B Griepp
OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to investigate the interaction of the important components of spinal cord blood supply in the pig model to enable its use for future studies of spinal cord protection. METHODS: Twenty-five juvenile pigs (20-22 kg) underwent serial intercostal (IC) or lumbar artery (LA) ligation until disappearance of motor evoked potentials (MEPs). Pigs underwent sequential craniocaudal IC/LA ligation alone (n=5); following clamping of both subclavian arteries (n=4), or clamping of the median sacral artery (MSA, n=4)...
November 2003: European Journal of Cardio-thoracic Surgery
Eric van den Akker, Sylvie Forlani, Kallayanee Chawengsaksophak, Wim de Graaff, Felix Beck, Barbara I Meyer, Jacqueline Deschamps
Mouse Cdx and Hox genes presumably evolved from genes on a common ancestor cluster involved in anteroposterior patterning. Drosophila caudal (cad) is involved in specifying the posterior end of the early embryo, and is essential for patterning tissues derived from the most caudal segment, the analia. Two of the three mouse Cdx paralogues, Cdx 1 and Cdx2, are expressed early in a Hox-like manner in the three germ layers. In the nascent paraxial mesoderm, both genes are expressed in cells contributing first to the most rostral, and then to progressively more caudal parts of the vertebral column...
May 2002: Development
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