Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Chiropr Med: Dec 2019(18:4): 321-326 26371 Diagnostic ultrasonographic diagnosis of posttraumatic osteolysis of the distal clavicle in a 24-year-old bodybuilder: A case report with correlative radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging [case report]
  • Fergus MP
DC Tracts: Summer 2016(28:2): 4-6 25938 Shoulder ultrasound: The basics [audio lecture]
  • Yochum AM
Chiropr & Manual Ther: 2015(23:31): Online access only 29 p 24185 The accuracy of diagnostic ultrasound imaging for musculoskeletal soft tissue pathology of the extremities: A comprehensive review of the literature [systematic review]
  • Henderson R
  • Walker BF
  • Young KJ
DC Tracts: Summer 2010(22:2): 9-16 22132 Diagnostic corner. Common MRI diagnoses of the spine, shoulder, and knee
  • Littrell TA
Top Diagn Radiol Adv Imaging: 1999(7:1): 40-41 749 Positioning: Radiographic studies of the shoulder region
  • Rigsby ML
Chiropr Tech: Aug 1999(11:3): 112-115 409 MR arthrography of the shoulder: A literature review
  • Manfredi R
Top Diagn Radiol Adv Imaging: 1993(1:3): 6-9 6484 STERNOCLAVICULAR OSTEOARTHROSIS SIMULATING AN APICAL LUNG LESION
  • Barry MS
  • Kettner NW
  • Kuhn DR
J Chiropr: Dec 1989(26:12): 33-34 9558 GREENSTICK FRACTURE OF THE CLAVICLE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF 10 DEGREE ANGLE VIEW OF THE CLAVICLE: CASE REPORT
  • Pokras R
  • Tsuno MM
Chiropr Sports Med: Jan 1987(1:1): 2-7 12764 POSTTRAUMATIC OETEOLYSIS OF THE CLAVICLE
  • Cardin A
  • Rowe LJ
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