Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Neurogenic intermittent claudication: Findings on upright and recumbent MRI [audio lecture]
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Journal DC Tracts. 2014 Spring;26(1):3-5
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Publication Type Audio Lecture
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Lecture II outline:

I. Upright vs recumbent MRI
II. Clinical questions drive diagnostic imaging selection
III. MRI for spinal imaging
IV. Neurogenic intermittent claudication (NIC)
V. Most common symptoms of stenosis in lumbar spine
VI. Pathophysiology NIC
VII. Lumbar stenosis
VIII. Measrements for lumbar stenosis
IX. MRI spinal canal and neural foramina 
X. Options for MRI imaging
XI. Conventional MRI scanner
XII. Conventional MRI
XIII. Dynamic/positional NIC
XIV. Spinal stenosis should be regarded a dynamic phenomenon
XV. Symptoms usually in extension/weightbearing
XVI. Upright MRI
XVII. Upright MRI companies
XVIII. Ligamentum flavum- a dynamic problem
XIX. Dynamic changes- upright imaging
XX. Dynamic/positional NIC - upright imaging
XXI. Spinal changes - flexion/extension
XXII. Artificial axial loading in supine MRI
XXIII. Axial loading not as big a factor as the lumbar lordosis on disc height
XXIV. Spinal stability
XXV. Debate on upright MRI
XXVI. Drawbacks for upright MRI
XXVII. Neurogenic intermittent claudication - review
XXVIII. Take away points for upright vs recumbent MRI
XXIX. Upright MRI can ummask stenosis not apparent on supine

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