Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
Chiropr: Jan 1989(2:1): 29 10636 CHIROPRACTIC AND THE HMO-PPO CHALLENGE, BY KARL C. KRANZ AND RONALD M. HENDRICKSON
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Jan 1989(2:1): 29-30 10637 WHIPLASH INJURIES: THE CERVICAL ACCELERATION/DECELERATION SYNDROME BY STEPHEN M. FOREMAN AND ARTHUR C. CROFT
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Apr 1989(2:2): 58-59 10342 BIOMECHANICS OF SPORT, EDITED BY CHRISTOPHER L. VAUGHAN
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Apr 1989(2:2): 59 10343 FITTING THE TASK TO THE MAN: A TEXTBOOK OF OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS, BY ETIENNE GRANDJEAN
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Oct 1988(1:3): 93 10988 THE RADIOLOGY OF ACUTE CERVICAL SPINE TRAUMA, SECOND EDITION BY JOHN H. HARRIS, JR. AND BETH EDEIKEN-MONROE
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Jul 1988(1:2): 61 11256 CHIROPRACTIC AND HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES PROTOCOL BY KARL C. KRANZ
  • Grenga JL
Chiropr: Jul 1988(1:2): 62 11257 MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING, PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES BY STEWART C. BUSHONG
  • Grenga JL
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