Back Pain - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and by Health Publica Icon Health Publications
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It is a 3-in-1 reference publication. It supplies a whole clinical dictionary overlaying thousands of phrases and expressions in terms of again soreness. It additionally provides wide lists of bibliographic citations. ultimately, it presents details to clients on find out how to replace their wisdom utilizing a number of net assets. The booklet is designed for physicians, scientific scholars getting ready for Board examinations, clinical researchers, and sufferers who are looking to get to grips with learn devoted to again soreness. in the event that your time is effective, this publication is for you. First, you won't waste time looking out the web whereas lacking loads of appropriate details. moment, the publication additionally saves you time indexing and defining entries. ultimately, you won't waste time and cash printing 1000's of web content.
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Executive Director; Maine Medical Assessment Foundation Manchester, Me 043510249 Timing: Fiscal Year 2001; Project Start 30-SEP-1998; Project End 31-JUL-2002 Summary: This proposed follow-up study is a competitive renewal of the Maine Lumbar Spine Study (MLSS). The MLSS, initially funded as part of the Low Back Pain PORT, enrolled over 600 patients with either sciatica or spinal stenosis in 1990/92. Patients were recruited through community-based physicians (orthopedists, neurosurgeons, and occupational medicine) for this observational study.
The primary endpoints of the study will be changes in general health-related quality of life as measured by the SF-36 health status questionnaire and spine-related disability as measured by the Oswestry Low Back Pain questionnaire. Secondary endpoints will include patient satisfaction with treatment, resource utilization for estimation of cost, and utility for current health for estimation of quality-adjusted life years (QALYs). The latter two endpoints will be used to complete a formal cost-effectiveness evaluation.
Since the capsule is innervated by mechanoreceptors and nociceptors, it may function to signal position or loading of the facet joint. However, to date there are few quantitative studies of the mechanical state of the facet capsule during normal physiological ranges of motion of the spine. Thus, it is unknown if the capsule can be sufficiently loaded under physiological conditions to result in stimulation of the mechanically sensitive neurons known to innervate it. The long term goal of the investigators is to understand the functional interactions between spinal biomechanics and the nervous system.