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Hyperlordosis

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Other Names

  • Lumbar lordosis
  • Lumbar spine hyperlordosis

Background

  • Defined by exaggerated lordotic curve of the lumbar spine

History

Epidemiology


Pathophysiology

Associated Injuries


Risk Factors

  • Biomechanical
    • Forward postural sagittal balance
    • Increased pelvic tilt (sacral base angle)[2]

Differential Diagnosis


Clinical Features


Evaluation

Radiographs


Classification


Management

Prognosis

Nonoperative

Operative


Rehab and Return to Play

Rehabilitation

Return to Play


Complications


See Also


References


  1. Jentzsch, Thorsten, et al. "Hyperlordosis is associated with facet joint pathology at the lower lumbar spine." Clinical spine surgery 30.3 (2017): 129-135.
  2. Harrison DE, Cailliet R, Harrison DD, et al. : How do anterior/posterior translations of the thoracic cage affect the sagittal lumbar spine, pelvic tilt, and thoracic kyphosis? Eur Spine J, 2002, 11: 287–293.
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John Kiel on 22 June 2020 21:15:16
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