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Étude cinématique tridimensionnelle du rachis cervical. Comparaison entre sujets Asymptomatiques et pathologiques

Abstract : The neck pains constitute a medico-economic stake for our societies. This justifies active research on the cervical spine in order to better understand the bases of the neck pains and to provide to the clinicians tracks making it possible to prevent the effects or to improve the treatments of them. This study, which includes 66 healthy and pathological subjects (arthrodesis, prosthesis, whiplash), presents an original and non invasive experimental protocol to measure in vivo the three-dimensional kinematics of the head with respect to the thorax. It quantifies the angular amplitudes of the degrees of freedom for principal and coupled movements of flexion-extension, lateral bending, axial rotation and complex movements as well as the compensatory movements of the shoulders. The final objective of this work is the comparison between the various populations
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Luc Boussion. Étude cinématique tridimensionnelle du rachis cervical. Comparaison entre sujets Asymptomatiques et pathologiques. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon I, 2008. Français. ⟨tel-00367705⟩

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