LBA

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AcronymDefinition
LBALeeds Bradford Airport (UK)
LBALogical Block Addressing (PC BIOS Mode)
LBALow Back Ache
LBALong Beach Airport (California)
LBALarge-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere experiment in Amazonia
LBALocation-Based Advertising
LBALow Band Antenna
LBALinear Block Allocation
LBALarge Block Addressing
LBALoopback Activate
LBALocal Business Ads
LBALinux Business Alliance
LBALogical Block Addressing
LBALuftfahrt-Bundesamt (German Civil Aviation Authority)
LBALittle Big Adventure (game)
LBALevend Bloed Analyse (Dutch: Live Blood Analysis)
LBALondon Business Angels (investing; UK)
LBALatin Builders Association
LBALetter before Action (debt collection; UK)
LBALocal Bank Account
LBALigand Binding Assay
LBALinear-Bounded Automaton
LBALocation-Based Applications (workshop)
LBALaurelbrook Academy (Dayton, TN)
LBALocal Business Ad
LBALease by Application (type of sale)
LBALeeds/Bradford, England, United Kingdom (Airport Code)
LBALens Buying Addiction
LBALand Based Activity (UN)
LBALongbow Apache
LBALa Banque Audiovisuelle (French: Audiovisual Bank)
LBALogical Block Access
LBALarry Blumberg Associates (Dothan, AL)
LBALens Buyers Anonymous
LBALondon Boroughs Association
LBALoad Balancing Advisor
LBALarge Block Allocation (Radio)
LBALower Body Adiposity
LBALieutenant's Benevolent Association
LBALambda Biotechnology Association
LBALatin Business Association Inc.
LBALoudoun Beekeepers Association (Purcellville, VA)
LBALower Band Array
LBALimited by Airframe (flight test envelope)
LBALee-Brickell Cryptographic Attack
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All the patients with low back ache persisting for >6 weeks, not responding to conservative treatment, without any neurological deficit irrespective of sex type were included in the study.
Whereas the previous studies have concentrated on single metabolic factor, mainly Vitamin D in causing Low back ache. There is high prevalence of metabolic disease in elderly females with chronic backache, which should be properly screened for and the subjects should be adequately supplemented with Vitamin D and Calcium.
Clinical symptoms of lumbar spinal stenosis include low back ache, bilateral lower limbs pain, paresthesia amongst other neurologic anomalies (Storm et al, 2002; Bajwa et al., 2013).
The prevalence of low back ache is 27% (74 workers) and knee pain 25% (68 workers).
Majority of the cases came with complaints of both low back ache and radicular pain.
Nearly all patients had relief from low back ache and radicular pain on 6 months follow up.
Actual involvement was in the form of low back ache which was seen in 100% of the cases.
Therapeutic application of Iyengar yoga for healing low back ache International journal of yoga therapy 2003 No 13 55.
CASE 2: Patient name Muniyamma 68 yrs female, housewife by occupation, 10 years back presented to our hospital with low back ache radiating to both the lower limbs with stenotic symptoms.
NO OF CASES BREATHLESSNESS 5 SORE THROAT 10 DIARRHEA 18 YELLOWISH 20 COUGH 22 BLEEDING 26 PAIN ABDOMEN 33 VOMITING 40 RASHES 50 RETRO ORBITAL PAIN 54 LOW BACK ACHE 60 ARTHRALGIA 66 MYALGIA 70 HEADACHE 78 FEVER 100 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Most common presenting clinical feature was fever (100%) followed by headache (78%), myalgia (70%), arthralgia (66%), low back ache (60%) other presenting Features were retro orbital pain, rashes, vomiting, pain abdomen, bleeding.
CASE DETAILS: A 50-year-old woman of Bangalore rural origin presented with low back ache since six months.