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OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate changes of the lumbar vertebral column following fixation. DESIGN Using an established small animal (rat) model of spinal fixation… (More)
OBJECTIVE To test the a priori hypothesis that one of the positive mechanisms of action of chiropractic side-posture manipulation (adjusting) of the lumbar spine is to separate, or gap, the… (More)
This is the first article in a series introducing a new animal model, the External Link Model that we propose will allow researchers to produce and study spine lesions with the cardinal biomechanical… (More)
BACKGROUND Performance differences between students of traditional lecture-based curricula and students of problem-based learning (PBL) curricula on standardized National Board Examinations have been… (More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to characterize intervertebral stiffness and alignment changes in the external link model and evaluate it as an experimental mimic for studying the… (More)
OBJECTIVE This is the last article in a series of 3 articles introducing a new animal model, the external link model (ELM), that permits reversible, nontraumatic control of the cardinal biomechanical… (More)