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Cervical degenerative index: a new quantitative radiographic scoring system for cervical spondylosis with interobserver and intraobserver reliability testing

By Elisha Ofiram, Timothy A. Garvey, James D. Schwender, Francis Denis, Joseph H. Perra, Ensor E. Transfeldt, Robert B. Winter and Jill M. Wroblewski
Topics: Original Article
Publisher: Springer Milan
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