Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Chiropr Med: Mar 2016(15:1): 74-78 24399 Renal cell carcinoma presenting as radiating rib pain: A 65-year-old woman [case report]
  • Cofano G
  • Meyers M
  • Sergent A
  • LaCourt S
J Acad Chiropr Orthoped (JACO): Jun 2010(7:2): Online access only p 4-7 21271 Diagnostic Imaging Corner. Case challenge [case report]
  • Mick TJ
  • Wessely MA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2009(32:7): 597-600 20724 Renal cell carcinoma in a 44-year-old man: An etiology for low back pain [case report]
  • Watkins CT
  • Tao C
  • Yochum TR
J Chiropr Med: Mar 2008(7:1): 24-27 20049 A case study of back pain and renal cell carcinoma [case report]
  • Rectenwald R
Chiropr & Osteopat: 2006(14:1): Online access only 23 p 19009 The appropriate use of radiography in clinical practice: A report of two cases of biomechanical versus malignant spine pain [case report]
  • Pringle RK
  • Wyatt LH
Chiropr J Aust: Mar 2000(30:1): 23-24 16535 Spinal metastases masquerading as thoracolumbar syndrome [letter; comment]
  • Clarey C
  • Rowe LJ
  • Edge M
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1999(29:3): 103-111 205 Spinal metastases masquerading as thoracolumbar syndrome
  • Clarey C
  • Rowe LJ
J Neuromusculoskelet Syst: Mar 1995(3:1): 16-19 4478 Metastatic renal cell carcinoma of the sternum and spine that mimicked costochondritis: A case report
  • Demetrious J
ICA Rev: Jul-Aug 1994(50:4): 48-51 5092 SUSPICIOUS LOWER BACK PAIN - A CASE REPORT
  • Diamond M
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