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The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Has Been Forgotten from History

  • Eiichi Murakami
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Abstract

  • Non-specific low back pain, not diagnosed by image findings, makes up 85% of low back pain.

  • In actuality, gluteal or leg symptoms from ligaments are more common than those from damaged lumbar nerve roots.

  • Though the SIJ has been forgotten from history, many people have been suffering from pain of the SIJ.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eiichi Murakami
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  1. 1.JCHO Sendai HospitalSendaiJapan

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