Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 23359
  Title Radiologic perspectives on low back and lower extremity pain
Journal Eur J Chiropr. 1984 Jun;32(2):70-79
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Introduction:  There are many entities which manifest radiographically as causes for low back and leg pain.  I will attempt to review systematically some of the more common clinically encountered abnormalities seen on plain film radiographic studies.  Additionally, I will introduce, with exemplary case studies, supplementary imaging modalities such as isotopic bone scans, vascular studies and computerized tomography.  To facilitate a systematic approach to a given radiographic abnormality I will present a categorical system based on the seven categories of bone disease:  (i) postural, variants, congenital; (ii) arthritide; (iii) trauma; (iv) vascular; (v) infection; (vi) neoplasia; (vii) nutritional, metabolic, endocrine. 

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