Study Finds Prolapse Injury Influenced by Flexion Degree and Level of Hydration, not Rate of Loading

Study Finds Prolapse Injury Influenced by Flexion Degree and Level of Hydration, not Rate of Loading

A study 1 of isolated and adapted bovine spinal segments examined the extent to which flexion, hydration, and loading rates were responsible for the breakdown of the nucleus pulpous structure and found that the rate of loading had little effect on disc damage with full annular division. Instead, the degree of flexion and the hydration […]

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