Measurement of Intervertebral Motion Using Quantitative Fluoroscopy: Report of an International Forum and Proposal for Use in the Assessment of Degenerative Disc Disease in the Lumbar Spine

@inproceedings{Breen2012MeasurementOI,
  title={Measurement of Intervertebral Motion Using Quantitative Fluoroscopy: Report of an International Forum and Proposal for Use in the Assessment of Degenerative Disc Disease in the Lumbar Spine},
  author={Alan C. Breen and Deydre S. Teyhen and Fiona E. Mellor and Alexander C. Breen and Kris Wai-ning Wong and Adam Deitz},
  booktitle={Advances in orthopedics},
  year={2012}
}
Quantitative fluoroscopy (QF) is an emerging technology for measuring intervertebral motion patterns to investigate problem back pain and degenerative disc disease. This International Forum was a networking event of three research groups (UK, US, Hong Kong), over three days in San Francisco in August 2009. Its aim was to reach a consensus on how best to record, analyse, and communicate QF information for research and clinical purposes. The Forum recommended that images should be acquired during… CONTINUE READING
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