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Asymptomatic Lumbar Spinal Motion Pathology

Low back pain is a disease entity with high prevalence and varied aetiology. The earlier reports by various researchers have defined osseous, ligamentous and muscular components as being important generators of pain. With advent of imaging modalities and diagnostic procedures it has been possible to target the source of pain in an individual. But there have been case where no pain manifestation is observed in individuals with deranged anatomy and physiology of the spine. This short review thus aims to look at presumptive factors which help to maintain a pain-less condition even with underlying pathology.


Ruchira Sethi

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