Annie Vesterby

Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note

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Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note. / Uhrenholt, Lars; Ullerup, Rita; Vesterby, Annie; Gregersen, Markil Ebbe Gregers.

I: The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders, Bind 5, Nr. 1, 2006, s. 55-60.

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Harvard

Uhrenholt, L, Ullerup, R, Vesterby, A & Gregersen, MEG 2006, 'Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note', The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders, bind 5, nr. 1, s. 55-60.

APA

Uhrenholt, L., Ullerup, R., Vesterby, A., & Gregersen, M. E. G. (2006). Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders, 5(1), 55-60.

CBE

Uhrenholt L, Ullerup R, Vesterby A, Gregersen MEG. 2006. Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders. 5(1):55-60.

MLA

Uhrenholt, Lars o.a.. "Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note". The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders. 2006, 5(1). 55-60.

Vancouver

Uhrenholt L, Ullerup R, Vesterby A, Gregersen MEG. Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note. The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders. 2006;5(1):55-60.

Author

Uhrenholt, Lars ; Ullerup, Rita ; Vesterby, Annie ; Gregersen, Markil Ebbe Gregers. / Examination of Cervical Spine Histological Sections - A Technical Note. I: The Journal of Whiplash & Related Disorders. 2006 ; Bind 5, Nr. 1. s. 55-60.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Detailed knowledge of the cervical spine facet joints morphology and anatomy is increasingly important since improved understanding of clinical syndromes, such as whiplash injuries, and therapeutic interventions is based on this knowledge. So far systematic examination of the age-related morphology of these joints has not yet been performed, nor has any generally accepted histological classification system for degenerative changes in the cervical spine facet joints been proposed. In the case of whiplash injuries the presented histological method has particular relevance since it allows detailed description of the anatomy and pathoanatomical status of the osteo-cartilagenous structures, including the facet joints from where a major portion of chronic whiplash patients experience their pain symptoms.",
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RIS

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