A new technique for digital fluoroscopic video assessment of sagittal plane lumbar spine motion.

@article{Teyhen2005ANT,
  title={A new technique for digital fluoroscopic video assessment of sagittal plane lumbar spine motion.},
  author={Deydre S. Teyhen and Timothy W. Flynn and Alan C. Bovik and Lawrence D. Abraham},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2005},
  volume={30 14},
  pages={
          E406-13
        }
}
STUDY DESIGN Methodological reliability. OBJECTIVE Develop a measurement technique to assess dynamic motion of the lumbar spine using enhanced digital fluoroscopic video (DFV) and a distortion compensated roentgen analysis (DCRA). SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Controversy over both the definition and consequences of lumbar segmental instability persists. Information from static imaging has had limited success in providing an understanding of this disorder. DFV has the potential to provide… CONTINUE READING
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