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فراوانی یافته های غیر طبیعی در MRS مهره های کمری در بیماران با کمر درد در بیمارستان لقمان حکیم

نکته سنج, رضا and مداحی, مریم (1397) فراوانی یافته های غیر طبیعی در MRS مهره های کمری در بیماران با کمر درد در بیمارستان لقمان حکیم. در: 25th Congress of Neurology & Clinical Electrophysiology of Iran, May 1-4, 2018, Tehran - Iran.

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Frequency of Abnormal findings in Lumbar Magenetic Resonance imaging in patients with Low back pain Referred to Loghman Hakim Hospital in 2017

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This study was performed to determine the frequency of abnormal findings in lumbar magnetic resonance imaging in patients with low back pain who were referred to Loghman hakim hospital, Tehran,iran in 2017. Methods: this study was conducted as a descriptive – analytical cross – sectional prospective survey among 150 consecutive patients who referred to Loghman hakim Hospital in 2017. The data were collected by check list and analysis was done by SPSS 16. Results: the mean age of the patients was 43.24 and 53.9% were female. Abnormal magnetic resonance imaging was seen in 87.4% and 68.2% had disc involvement including 38.6% central , 24.1% right and 33.7% left involvements, 29.64% had bulging, 52.76% protrusion, 9.86% extrusion and finally 0.24% had sequestration Conclusion: It may be concluded that disc protrusion and bulging are the most common findings in magnetic resonance imaging and according to excellent ability of magnetic resonance imaging in diagnosis of herniation, magnetic resonance imaging is recommended in patients with lowback pain.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده اول :رضا نکته سنج
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Low Back Pain, Disk, Herniated
Subjects:WE Musculoskeletal system
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Surgery
ID Code:11237
Deposited By: Ms Zeynab Imani
Deposited On:29 Oct 1397 12:38
Last Modified:29 Oct 1397 12:38

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