Inter-laboratory variability in in vitro spinal segment flexibility testing.

@article{Wheeler2011InterlaboratoryVI,
  title={Inter-laboratory variability in in vitro spinal segment flexibility testing.},
  author={Daniel J Wheeler and Andrew L Freeman and Arin M. Ellingson and David J. Nuckley and Jenni M. Buckley and Justin K. Scheer and Neil R. Crawford and Joan E. Bechtold},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2011},
  volume={44 13},
  pages={2383-7}
}
In vitro spine flexibility testing has been performed using a variety of laboratory-specific loading apparatuses and conditions, making test results across laboratories difficult to compare. The application of pure moments has been well established for spine flexibility testing, but to our knowledge there have been no attempts to quantify differences in… CONTINUE READING

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