Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Direction of the evidence. Should discography be discontinued? [review of: Carragee EJ, Don AS, Hurwitz EL, Cuellar JM, Carrino J, Herzog R. Does Discography Cause Accelerated Progression of Degeneration Changes in the Lumbar Disc? A Ten-Year Matched Cohort Study. Spine 2009;34:2338-45.]
URL http://www.acatoday.org/JacaDisplay1.cfm?CID=3882
Journal JACA Online. 2010 Apr;47(3):Online access only p 29-31
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Abstract/Notes Dr. Feise asks, “Should Discography be discontinued?” He weighs the quality of a study in Spine that compared degenerative findings between lumbar discs injected 10 years earlier with those same disc levels in matched subjects not exposed to discography.

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