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subluxation syndrome: an agggregate of signs and symptoms relating to pathophys, dysfunction of spinal and pelvic mostion segments, or peripheral joints.
What are the compmonents of TL syndrome? (3) Low back and pelvic pain (may be pseudovisceral pain, pubic and groin pain, pseudotrochanteric or hip pain. Accompanying CT dysfunction. TLJ sublux. syndrome "painful minor intervertebral dysfunction"
Maignes Segmental Vertebral Syndrome: skin and subcuateous swelling and induration (hardedning) in all parts of the dermatome. Indurated myalgic cords (trigger points) localized in some muscles of the myotome. Hypersensitivity at the teno periosteal insertions.
Created by: Jce