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LOW-BACK PAIN: The Anatomical Structure of the Lumbar Region, Including Variations.

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: July 1937
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The various tissues of which the lower back is composed are particularly liable to aches and pains because of the mechanical strains centered upon them by assumption of the upright posture and by the incidence at this site of anomalies and defects of development.

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