- Mustafa Cikirikcioglu, University Hospital of Geneva
- Lewis Kaplan, Yale Medical Group
- Oliver Thomusch, University of Freiburg
- Maurits de Brauw, Slotervaart Hospital
- Tom Rowles, BioMed Central
The posterior superior iliac spine distraction test is evaluated for the detection of sacroiliac joint arthropathy, demonstrating higher sensitivity, specificity and accuracy than commonly used clinical tests.
BMC Surgery 2014, 14:7
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