Kinematic Study of the Inferior Cervical Spine in Sagittal Plane
Using a refined kinematic method, it is possible to precisely determine the rotation centers of the cervical vertebra when they are moving on a sagittal plane. These measures are directly applicable to kinesiology and to pathology.
KeywordsVertebral Body Sagittal Plane Cervical Vertebra Rotation Center Instant Center
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