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Kinésithérapie, la revue
Vol 11, N° 109-110  - janvier-février 2011
pp. 36-37
Doi : KINE-01-02-2011-11-109-110-1779-0123-101019-201100659
Étude cinématique tridimensionnelle du rachis cervical
Comparaison entre sujets asymptomatiques et « pathologiques »
3D kinematic study of the cervical spine: comparison between asymptomatic and “pathological” patients
 

Luc Boussion [1], Laurence Chèze [2]
[1] PhD - Directeur de l’IFMK de Vichy, Bd, Deniere, 03209 Vichy
[2] Professeur des universités, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1.

Tirés à part : Luc Boussion

[3] 


Mots clés : Cinématique , Rachis cervical

Keywords: Kinematic , Cervical spine



Ces textes sont les résumés des communications portant sur la thématique. « Le rachis » des JFK 2011 qui se sont déroulées au palais des congrès de Marseille les 4 et 5 février 2011.





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