Poster 146: The Reliability of the Clinical Diagnosis in Persons Offered Surgery for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

@article{Haig2010Poster1T,
  title={Poster 146: The Reliability of the Clinical Diagnosis in Persons Offered Surgery for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis},
  author={A. Haig and P. Henke and S. Loar and P. Park and Christy C. Tomkins and Juan M. Valdivia and K. Yamakawa},
  journal={PM\&R},
  year={2010},
  volume={2}
}
Disclosures: A. J. Haig, Rehabilitation Team Assessments, LLC, Ownership or partnership; The International Rehabilitation Forum, Non-remunerative positions of influence; The University of Michigan, Employment. Objective: To determine if expert clinical history and physical examination can differentiate persons offered surgery for spinal stenosis, persons with vascular claudication, and asymptomatic age-matched controls. Design: IRB approved, NIH-funded, prospective, controlled, masked… Expand
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