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Lumbar Collection

"Lumbar: Exploring the Intricacies of the Human Spine and Abdomen" Delving into the depths of our body's core

Background imageLumbar Collection: Colour MRI scan of abdomen showing kidneys & liver

Colour MRI scan of abdomen showing kidneys & liver
Healthy kidneys. Coloured Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan of a coronal section through a human abdomen, showing healthy kidneys and liver. A front view is seen

Background imageLumbar Collection: Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine

Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine
Lumbar spine. Coloured X-ray of four lumbar vertebrae of the human spine, seen in antero- posterior view. Five lumbar bones are found in the lower back

Background imageLumbar Collection: Body pain, artwork

Body pain, artwork
Body pain. Computer artwork showing pain (represented by the red areas) in six different body areas. From top left to lower right, the body areas are: the neck, ankle, head, knee, lower back and wrist

Background imageLumbar Collection: Normal spine, X-ray

Normal spine, X-ray
Normal spine. Coloured profile X-ray showing bones of the spine (vertebrae, centre). The front of the body is at right. The ribs (upper right) and the pelvis (bottom) are also seen

Background imageLumbar Collection: Conceptual image of human skull and spinal cord

Conceptual image of human skull and spinal cord

Background imageLumbar Collection: The science of human anatomy by Bartholomeo Eustachi

The science of human anatomy by Bartholomeo Eustachi, depicting the shape, size and relative position of the organs of the human body. Circa 18th century

Background imageLumbar Collection: Slipped disc

Slipped disc. Spinal model demonstrating a slipped intervertebral disc. The slipped disc is the small bulge (red, centre), near the base of the spine

Background imageLumbar Collection: Normal torso, MRI scan

Normal torso, MRI scan
Normal torso, coloured profile (sagittal) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. The front of the body is at left. The spinal bones (vertebrae)

Background imageLumbar Collection: Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork

Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork
Slipped intervertebral disc, computer artwork. Intervertebral discs (red) are pads of cartilage between the bones (vertebrae) of the spine

Background imageLumbar Collection: Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving)

Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving)
1624163 Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bones of Extinct Animals found at Charing-Cross)

Background imageLumbar Collection: Diagram of human nervous system, posterior view

Diagram of human nervous system, posterior view

Background imageLumbar Collection: Anatomy of human vertebral column, left lateral view

Anatomy of human vertebral column, left lateral view

Background imageLumbar Collection: Medical chart showing the signs and symptoms of sciatica

Medical chart showing the signs and symptoms of sciatica

Background imageLumbar Collection: Human torso, MRI scan

Human torso, MRI scan
Normal human torso, monochrome profile magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. The front of the body is at left. The spinal bones (vertebrae) are seen running from the top of the chest (top)

Background imageLumbar Collection: 3D rendering of human vertebral column with skull

3D rendering of human vertebral column with skull

Background imageLumbar Collection: Human spine, side view

Human spine, side view

Background imageLumbar Collection: Spondylolisthesis, 3D CT scan

Spondylolisthesis, 3D CT scan
Spondylolisthesis. Coloured 3D computed tomography (CT) scan of a section through the lumbar (lower back) spine of a 39-year-old patient with spondylolisthesis

Background imageLumbar Collection: Scoliosis of the spine, X-ray C016 / 6566

Scoliosis of the spine, X-ray C016 / 6566
Scoliosis of the spine. Coloured X-ray of the chest of a 34 year old female patient with scoliosis (sideways curvature) of the spine

Background imageLumbar Collection: Superficial back muscles, 1831 artwork

Superficial back muscles, 1831 artwork
Superficial back muscles. This anatomical artwork is plate 83 from volume 2 (1831) of Traite complet de l anatomie de l homme (1831-1854)

Background imageLumbar Collection: MRI scan of human abdomen showing kidneys & liver

MRI scan of human abdomen showing kidneys & liver
Abdomen. Coloured Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan showing a coronal section through a human abdomen, front view. The lower spinal vertebrae are seen running from top to bottom through

Background imageLumbar Collection: Normal lumbar spine, X-ray

Normal lumbar spine, X-ray
Normal lumbar spine. Coloured frontal X-ray showing bones of the lower (lumbar) spine (centre, purple). The bones of the spine (block-shaped) are called vertebrae

Background imageLumbar Collection: Normal female pelvis, X-ray

Normal female pelvis, X-ray
Normal female pelvis, coloured frontal X-ray. The thigh (femur) bones of the leg are seen at bottom left and right, and the base of the spine is at top

Background imageLumbar Collection: Brain and spinal cord, artwork

Brain and spinal cord, artwork
Brain and spinal cord. Computer artwork showing the brain (top) and segments of the spinal cord. The spinal cord begins at the medulla oblongata at the base of the brainstem

Background imageLumbar Collection: Chair ergonomics, incorrect posture

Chair ergonomics, incorrect posture
Chair ergonomics. Artwork showing the effect on the human skeleton of adopting an incorrect posture while sitting on a chair

Background imageLumbar Collection: Sternum anatomy engraving 1866

Sternum anatomy engraving 1866
Atlas d anatomie descriptive du corps humain C. Bonamy - Paul Broca Victor Masson et Fils Paris 1866

Background imageLumbar Collection: Lumbar region anatomy engraving 1866

Lumbar region anatomy engraving 1866
Atlas d anatomie descriptive du corps humain C. Bonamy - Paul Broca Victor Masson et Fils Paris 1866

Background imageLumbar Collection: Sciatica caused from herniated disc

Sciatica caused from herniated disc

Background imageLumbar Collection: Anatomy of female body with arteries, veins and nervous system

Anatomy of female body with arteries, veins and nervous system

Background imageLumbar Collection: Back of brain and spinal cord with head in dark cloud indicating depression

Back of brain and spinal cord with head in dark cloud indicating depression
Schematic showing back of brain and spinal cord. Head in dark cloud indicating depression

Background imageLumbar Collection: Human body with nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system

Human body with nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system
Transparent human body with internal organs, nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system

Background imageLumbar Collection: Conceptual image of human nervous system

Conceptual image of human nervous system

Background imageLumbar Collection: 3D rendering of human vertebral column, side view

3D rendering of human vertebral column, side view

Background imageLumbar Collection: Female body in dynamic posture with lymphatic system superimposed

Female body in dynamic posture with lymphatic system superimposed
Human female body in dynamic posture with full lymphatic system superimposed

Background imageLumbar Collection: Central nervous system with human brain

Central nervous system with human brain

Background imageLumbar Collection: Conceptual image of human backbone

Conceptual image of human backbone

Background imageLumbar Collection: Conceptual image of human brain, skull and spinal cord

Conceptual image of human brain, skull and spinal cord

Background imageLumbar Collection: Medical illustration of female circulatory system with heart and veins

Medical illustration of female circulatory system with heart and veins
Medical illustration of full female skeleton standing against white background, three dimensional view

Background imageLumbar Collection: Anatomy of female body with nervous system

Anatomy of female body with nervous system

Background imageLumbar Collection: Illustration of lumbago, lumbar and pelvic regions

Illustration of lumbago, lumbar and pelvic regions
Medicine: lumbago, lumbar and pelvic regions. Drawing

Background imageLumbar Collection: Back pain, artwork F007 / 8390

Back pain, artwork F007 / 8390
Back pain, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Lumbar spine, artwork F007 / 7357

Lumbar spine, artwork F007 / 7357
Lumbar spine, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Lumbar spine, artwork F007 / 7355

Lumbar spine, artwork F007 / 7355
Lumbar spine, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Back pain, artwork F007 / 8389

Back pain, artwork F007 / 8389
Back pain, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Back pain, artwork F007 / 8387

Back pain, artwork F007 / 8387
Back pain, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Back pain, artwork F007 / 8388

Back pain, artwork F007 / 8388
Back pain, computer artwork

Background imageLumbar Collection: Sciatica, MRI scan

Sciatica, MRI scan
Sciatica. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through the lumbar (lower back) spine of a 35-year-old patient

Background imageLumbar Collection: Spina bifida, MRI scan

Spina bifida, MRI scan
Fibrolipoma of the spine. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through the spine of a 24-month-old patient with spina bifida

Background imageLumbar Collection: Fibrolipoma of the spine, MRI scan

Fibrolipoma of the spine, MRI scan
Fibrolipoma of the spine. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of a sagittal section through the thoraco-lumbar spine of a 19-month-old patient



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"Lumbar: Exploring the Intricacies of the Human Spine and Abdomen" Delving into the depths of our body's core, a colour MRI scan reveals the intricate beauty of kidneys and liver in vivid detail. Body pain can be debilitating, but through art, we find solace in expressing our struggles and seeking healing for our lumbar region. A coloured X-ray unveils the delicate architecture vertebrae, providing a glimpse into the foundation that supports our spine's strength and flexibility. Behold a normal spine captured by an X-ray - a testament to its resilience and ability to withstand life's daily challenges. In this conceptual image, a human skull stands as a reminder of how intricately connected it is to our spinal cord, emphasizing their vital role in maintaining bodily functions. Bartholomeo Eustachi's masterpiece "The Science of Human Anatomy" takes us on an enlightening journey through centuries-old knowledge about lumbar anatomy. The excruciating pain caused by a slipped disc reminds us of the fragility within our lower back region - urging us to prioritize its care and seek proper treatment when needed. Through an MRI scan capturing a normal torso, we witness firsthand how crucial it is to maintain good lumbar health for overall well-being. Artwork depicting a slipped intervertebral disc serves as both an eye-opening visual representation and an empathetic portrayal of those grappling with this common yet painful condition. An X-ray showcasing a healthy lower back reinforces the importance of preventive measures such as exercise, proper posture, and regular check-ups to preserve optimal spinal alignment throughout life. Pinned vertebrae immobilized by medical intervention remind us that sometimes support from external sources becomes necessary for restoring stability within our lumbar region