Electrical stimulation induced cervical medial branch referral patterns.

@article{Windsor2003ElectricalSI,
  title={Electrical stimulation induced cervical medial branch referral patterns.},
  author={Robert E. Windsor and Diwakar Nagula and Seneca A Storm and Anthony Overton and Scott Jahnke},
  journal={Pain physician},
  year={2003},
  volume={6 4},
  pages={411-8}
}
STUDY DESIGN Electrical stimulation of the right cervical medial branches with or without the third occipital nerves was performed in nine subjects for a total of forty-eight medial branches and eight third occipital nerves. The referral patterns of each nerve or nerve branch was mapped on a human line diagram. These diagrams were compared to facet joint (zygapophyseal joint, facet joint), myofascial, and discogenic referral patterns already published by various authors. OBJECTIVE [corrected… CONTINUE READING

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