Sacro-iliac joint, sense and nonsense

Sacroiliac joint


  1. The reliability of multitest regimens with sacroiliac pain provocation tests 
  2. Movements of the Sacroiliac Joints. A Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis
  3. The Mobility of the Sacroiliac Joints in Healthy Volunteers Between 20 and 50 Years of Age
  4. In Vivo Measurement of 3-dimensional Movement of the Iliosacral Joint
  5. Sacroiliac Joint Innervation and Pain
  6. Innervation of the Sacroiliac Joint of the Human
  7. Innervation of the Sacroiliac Joint. Macroscopical and Histological Studies
  8. Movements in the Sacroiliac Joints Demonstrated With Roentgen Stereophotogrammetry
  9. Manipulation Does Not Alter the Position of the Sacroiliac Joint. A Roentgen Stereophotogrammetric Analysis
  10. Results of sacroiliac joint double block and value of sacroiliac pain provocation tests in 54 patients with low back pain
  11. Intertester reliability for selected clinical tests of the sarcoiliac joint
  12. Clinical diagnostic tests for the sacroiliac joint: Motion and palpation tests
  13. Clinical tests of the sacroiliac joint. A systematic methodological review. Part 1: Reliability
  14. Sacroiliac joint pain syndrome in active patients: A look behind the pain
  15. Evaluation of the Presence of Sacroiliac Joint Region Dysfunction Using a Combination of Tests: A Multicenter Intertester Reliability Study
  16. Measurement of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction: A Multicenter Intertester Reliability Study
  17. The Reliability of Selected Motion- And Pain Provocation Tests for the Sacroiliac Joint
  18. Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Pain: Validity of Individual Provocation Tests and Composites of Tests
  19. A multitest regimen of pain provocation tests as an aid to reduce unnecessary minimally invasive sacroiliac joint procedures
  20. The Reliability of Multitest Regimens With Sacroiliac Pain Provocation Tests
  21. The Validity and Reliability of Provocation Tests in the Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
  22. Spinal Palpation for Lumbar Segmental Mobility and Pain Provocation: An Interexaminer Reliability Study
  23. Diagnosing Painful Sacroiliac Joints: A Validity Study of a McKenzie Evaluation and Sacroiliac Provocation Tests
  24. Diagnostic performance of clinical tests for sacroiliac joint pain
  25. Movement of the sacroiliac joint during the Active Straight Leg Raise test in patients with long-lasting severe sacroiliac joint pain
  26. Provocation Sacroiliac Joint Tests Have Validity in the Diagnosis of Sacroiliac Joint Pain
  27. A systematic evaluation of prevalence and diagnostic accuracy of sacroiliac joint interventions.
  28. Assessment of the Degree of Pelvic Tilt Within a Normal Asymptomatic Population
  29. Descriptive Analysis of Pelvic Asymmetry in an Asymptomatic Population
  30. Inter-examiner and Intra-Examiner Reliability of the Standing Flexion Test
  31. Inter-examiner and Intra-Examiner Agreement for Assessing Sacroiliac Anatomical Landmarks Using Palpation and Observation: Pilot Study
  32. Inter-examiner Reliability of Four Static Palpation Tests Used for Assessing Pelvic Dysfunction
  33. The Value of Medical History and Physical Examination in Diagnosing Sacroiliac Joint Pain
  34. Four Clinical Tests of Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction: The Association of Test Results With Innominate Torsion Among Patients With and Without Low Back Pain
  35. The diagnostic value of three sacroiliac joint pain provocation tests for sacroiliitis identified by magnetic resonance imaging
  36. The Value of Sacroiliac Pain Provocation Tests in Early Active Sacroiliitis
  37. Evaluation of the Presence of Sacroiliac Joint Region Dysfunction Using a Combination of Tests: A Multicenter Intertester Reliability Study
  38. Clinical classification in low back pain: best-evidence diagnostic rules based on systematic reviews
  39. Does the Gillet test assess sacroiliac motion or asymmetric one-legged stance strategies?
  40. Changing the Narrative in Diagnosis and Management of Pain in the Sacroiliac Joint Area 
  41. The sacroiliac joint – Victim or culprit
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