WAD, Xray, CT, and what is missed.

Published February 25, 2017

Dear Professionally Integrated,

Here is a break down of a great study that can also be viewed as "frustrating" to us providers and to our patients but is very important for us to understand clinically. Here, the authors took some spines that were in a normal lordosis (again another paper explaining normal) and subjecting it to one rear end impact. The authors analyzed the spines after with xray, CT, and cryomicrotome. The spines were "rear-ended" at a rate that I believe insurance companies would call "low impact." here is what the authors did " The specimens were tested at . . .

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