San Jose, California), a medical device company that is pioneering the use of a minimally invasive surgical (MIS) device to fuse the sacroiliac (SI) joint announced today it will attend and exhibit at several major society meetings over the coming months including AANS/CNS Section, AAOS, ISASS and AANS.
What does SI stand for?
SI stands for Sacroiliac
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- Secondary Human Yolk Sac
- Schleswig-Holsteinischer Zeitungsverlag (German: Schleswig-Holstein Newspaper Publisher)
- Seismic Hazard Zone
- Short Horn Zebu (cattle)
- Sindikat Hrvatskih Zeljeznicara (Croatian: Croatian Union of Railwaymen)
- Spanish Home Zone (Spain)
- Stiftung Homoeopathie Zertifikat (German: Homeopathy Foundation Certificate)
- Stichting Historische Zweefvliegtuigen Venlo (Dutch aviation club)
- International System of Units (metric system; more commonly seen as ISU)
- Normalized Subthreshold Swing
Samples in periodicals archive:
In this issue of the Turkish Journal of Rheumatology, one of the articles is entitled "An Intraarticular Sacroiliac Steroid Injection Under the Guidance of Computed Tomography for Relieving Sacroiliac Joint Pain: A Clinical Outcome Study with Two Years of Follow-up".
INTRODUCTION Pelvic fractures and in particular crescent fracture dislocations, which are characterised by disruption of the sacroiliac joint with extension proximally as a fracture of the posterior iliac wing, usually occur as a result of high velocity trauma (1,2).
Minimally invasive sacroiliac joint fusion, for example, is one such emerging segment that is drawing attention away from the traditional spinal implant market.
SACROILIAC JOINTS The sacroiliac joints are on either side of your tail bone or sacrum, joining it, on each side, to the ilium bone, the largest bones that form the outer walls of the pelvis.
The most common types affect the musculoskeletal system, mostly including sacroiliac joint (4).
From radiological sacroiliac changes, the diagnosis was "obvious" for 25.
This edition has updated and expanded content on joint assessment, joint subluxation/dysfunction, adjustive mechanics, and sacroiliac articulation, and updated and modified procedures, and it names each of the adjustive procedures following patterns used by the US National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.