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Three-dimensional anatomical position of rotatory center in cervical rotatory and local manipulation

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Structural and chiropractic

Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao.2008 Apr;28(4):548-50.

Authors:

L Wan, J Chen, Y Li

Abstract.

Objective: To investigate the three-dimensional anatomical position of the rotatory center in cervical rotatory and local manipulation. Methods: A three-dimensional model was constructed based on CT data from cadaveric specimens of axial spinous process deviation. Cervical rotation was simulated on this model, and the graphic outcome was analyzed. Results: The rotatory center of this model was at the dens axis, not at the apex of the axial spionus process, and the angle of rotation exceeded observable angle. Conclusion: The new concept of anisotropic rotation of the cervical vertebrae should be established and its principles must be comprehended in clinical practice of cervical rotatory manipulation.

Publication Date: 

2008 Apr

OEID: 

5012

Wan, L., Chen, J., Li, Y. (2008) 'Three-dimensional anatomical position of rotatory center in cervical rotatory and local manipulation', Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao.2008 Apr;28(4):548-50.

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