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- Rates of false-positive lumbar discography in select patients without low back symptoms.Spine. 2000; 25: 1373-1381
- Provocative discography in volunteer subjects with mild persistent low back pain.Spine J. 2002; 2: 25-34
- Low-pressure positive discography in subjects asymptomatic of significant low back pain illness.Spine. 2006; 31: 505-509
- Interventional therapies, surgery, interdisciplinary rehabilitation for low back pain: an evidence-based clinical practice guideline from the American Pain Society.Spine. 2009; 34: 1066-1077
- Lumbar discography. Position statement from the North American Spine Society Diagnostic and Therapeutic Committee.Spine. 1995; 20: 2048-2059
- Minimally invasive induction of an early lumbar disc degeneration model in rhesus monkeys.Spine. 2013; 38: E579-E586
- Disc degeneration in the rabbit: a biomechanical and radiological comparison between four disc injury models.Spine. 2005; 30: 33-37
- Needle puncture injury affects intervertebral disc mechanics and biology in an organ culture model.Spine. 2008; 33: 235-241
- A slowly progressive and reproducible animal model of intervertebral disc degeneration characterized by MRI, X-ray, and histology.Spine. 2004; 30: 15-24
- Does incorrect level needle localization during anterior cervical discectomy and fusion lead to accelerated disc degeneration?.Spine. 2009; 34: 189-192
- Does discography cause accelerated progression of degeneration changes in the lumbar disc—a ten-year matched cohort study.Spine. 2009; 34: 2338-2345
- Provocative discography in patients after limited lumbar discectomy: a controlled, randomized study of pain response in symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.Spine. 2000; 25: 3065-3071
- Prospective controlled study of the development of lower back pain in previously asymptomatic subjects undergoing experimental discography.Spine. 2004; 29: 1112-1117
- Discographic, MRI and psychosocial determinants of low back pain disability and remission: a prospective study in subjects with benign persistent back pain.Spine J. 2005; 5: 24-35
- Lumbar discography in normal subjects. A controlled, prospective study.J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1990; 72: 1081-1088
- Episodes of low back pain: a proposal for uniform definitions to be used in research.Spine. 2002; 27: 2409-2416
- Needle puncture injury of the rat intervertebral disc affects torsional and compressive biomechanics differently.Eur Spine J. 2010; 19: 2110-2116
- The effects of needle puncture injury on microscale shear strain in the intervertebral disc annulus fibrosus.Spine J. 2010; 10: 1098-1105
- ISSLS Prize winner: microstructure and mechanical disruption of the lumbar disc annulus.Spine. 2008; 33: 2711-2720
- Deleterious effects of discography radiocontrast solution on human annulus cell in vitro: changes in cell viability, proliferation, and apoptosis in exposed cells.Spine J. 2012; 12: 329-335
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Author disclosures: JMC: Stock Ownership: Cytonics (400000 shares, 2%); Scientific Advisory Board: Cytonics (nonfinancial, stock options of unknown value). MPS: Research Support (investigator salary, staff/materials): Pfizer (E, paid to the institution), outside the submitted work; Deputy Editor: The Spine Journal (Nonfinancial). RJH: Senior Medical Advisor: Spreemo (C). JAC: Consulting: Pfizer (B), BioClinica (B); Scientific Advisory Board: General Electric (nonfinancial, travel/lodging reimbursement), Halyard Health (nonfinancial, travel/lodging reimbursement). GAB: Nothing to disclose. EJC: Stock Ownership: Intrinsic Orthopedics (0 shares, less than 1%); Other Office: (F, Editor in Chief of The Spine Journal); Fellowship Support: Orthopaedic Education Research Foundation (OREF; E, fellowship training grant to Stanford University, paid directly to institution/employer), AO Foundation (E, fellowship training grant to Stanford University, paid directly to institution/employer).
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