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Localization of cracking sounds caused by cervical rotatory and local manipulation

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Structural and chiropractic

Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao.2007 Apr;27(4):421-2.

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B Jin, G Qiu, Y Li

Abstract.

Objective: To localize the facet joints that give rise to the cracking sounds caused by cervical rotatory and local manipulation. Methods: Cervical rotatory and local manipulation was performed in 30 healthy adults at the spinous process at the C(4 )level once on each of the left and right side, and a set of equipment we designed for acoustic signal acquisition was applied to collect and locate the cracking sounds, followed by statistical analysis of the data collected. Results: The cracking sounds caused by cervical rotatory and local manipulation were localized mainly at C(3-7) facet joints, and the times of cracking sounds at these facet joints had significant differences from those at the other facet joints. Conclusion: The location of cervical rotatory and local manipulation can be only relative, and definite localization seems impossible.

Publication Date: 

2007 Apr

OEID: 

4934

Jin, B., Qiu, G., Li, Y. (2007) 'Localization of cracking sounds caused by cervical rotatory and local manipulation', Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao.2007 Apr;27(4):421-2.

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