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Intrasubject repeatability of in vivo intervertebral motion parameters using quantitative fluoroscopy
(European Spine Journal, 2019)
Purpose: In vivo quantification of intervertebral motion through imaging has progressed to a point where biomarkers for low back pain are emerging. This makes possible deeper study of the condition’s biometrics. However, ...
Aberrant intervertebral motion in patients with treatment-resistant nonspecific low back pain: a retrospective cohort study and control comparison
(European Spine Journal, 2018)
Purpose: Intervertebral kinematic assessments have been used to investigate mechanical causes when back pain is resistant to treatment, and recent studies have identified intervertebral motion markers that discriminate ...
Measurement of intervertebral motion using quantitative fluoroscopy: report of an international forum and proposal for use in the assessment of degenerative disc disease in the lumbar spine
(Advances in Orthopedics, 2012)
Quantitative fluoroscopy (QF) is an emerging technology for measuring intervertebral motion patterns to investigate problem back pain and degenerative disc disease. This International Forum was a networking event of three ...
An in-vivo study exploring correlations between early-to-moderate disc degeneration and flexion mobility in the lumbar spine
(European Spine Journal, 2020)
Purpose: Early disc degeneration (DD) has been thought to be associated with loss of spine stability. However, before this can be understood in relation to back pain, it is necessary to know the relationship between DD and ...
Passive intervetebral motion characteristics in chronic mid to low back pain: A multivariate analysis
(Medical Engineering and Physics, 2020)
Purpose: Studies comparing back pain patients and controls on continuous intervertebral kinematics have shown differences using univariate parameters. Hitherto, multivariate approaches have not been applied to this high ...