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Morphological traits in sacra associated with complete and partial lumbarization of first sacral segment.
  • N. Mahato
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The spine journal : official journal of the North…
  • 1 October 2010
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Transitional states of vertebrae at the lumbosacral junction are associated with low back pain. Lumbarization may present as partial (incomplete separation of S1-S2 bodies andExpand
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Preliminary Evidence That Excitatory Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Extends Time to Task Failure of a Sustained, Submaximal Muscular Contraction in Older Adults.
BACKGROUND Decreased cortical excitability has been proposed as a potential mechanism underlying task failure during sustained muscular contractions, and cortical excitability may decrease with oldExpand
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Retro-pubic vascular anomalies: a study of abnormal obturator vessels
Variations in the vascular pattern are common in the retro-pubic region. These anomalies are chiefly concerned with the origin and course of the obturator vessels; especially the venous channels. TheExpand
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Relationship of sacral articular surfaces and gender with occurrence of lumbosacral transitional vertebrae.
  • N. Mahato
  • Medicine
  • The spine journal : official journal of the North…
  • 1 October 2011
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Research on lumbosacral transitional vertebra (LSTV) has yielded important information on the structural alterations of the sacrum associated with LSTV. Nevertheless, very littleExpand
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Lumbosacral transitional vertebrae: variations in low back structure, biomechanics, and stress patterns.
  • N. Mahato
  • Medicine
  • Journal of chiropractic medicine
  • 1 June 2012
To the Editor, The article “Partial lumbosacral transitional vertebrae: 2 cases of unilateral sacralization” by Dr Jeffrey M. Muir is an important clinical report. Although the relationshipExpand
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Bilateral anomalous suprascapular arteries
This study reports origins of the suprascapular artery from the third part of the axillary artery, bilaterally. The arteries, situated far below the clavicle, ascended upwards between the lateral andExpand
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The power of the mind: the cortex as a critical determinant of muscle strength/weakness.
We tested the hypothesis that the nervous system, and the cortex in particular, is a critical determinant of muscle strength/weakness and that a high level of corticospinal inhibition is an importantExpand
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Disc spaces, vertebral dimensions, and angle values at the lumbar region: a radioanatomical perspective in spines with L5-S1 transitions: clinical article.
  • N. Mahato
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurosurgery. Spine
  • 30 September 2011
OBJECT Low-back pain (LBP) has been associated with lumbar spines of normal morphology as well as those with L5-S1 "transitional" vertebrae. It is hard to find literature that quantifies the overallExpand
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Complete sacralization of L5 vertebrae: traits, dimensions, and load bearing in the involved sacra.
  • N. Mahato
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The spine journal : official journal of the North…
  • 1 July 2010
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Spines with sacralized fifth lumbar vertebrae are quite commonly encountered. Sacralizations represent a transitional state at lumbosacral junctions and are more susceptible toExpand
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Morphology of sustentaculum tali: Biomechanical importance and correlation with angular dimensions of the talus.
SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA The talus and the calcaneus share the bulk of load transmitted from the leg to the skeleton of the foot. The present study analyses the inter-relationship between theExpand
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