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viscerogenic pain

Investigation thermographique de douleurs d’origine viscérale: étude de cas

August 12, 2014

A case is presented with clinical, thermographic and radiographic evaluations of concurrent dorsalgia and abdominal symptoms. The radiographs demonstrated the presence of a duodenal ulcer, and the thermographs were interpreted as confirming the presence of thoracic and abdominal dysfunction. The patient’s chiropractic management is outlined. The possible inter-relationship between the visceral pathology and spinal dysfunction

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Thermographic investigation of viscerogenic pain: a case report

August 12, 2014

A case is presented with clinical, thermographic and radiographic evaluations of concurrent dorsalgia and abdominal symptoms. The radiographs demonstrated the presence of a duodenal ulcer, and the thermographs were interpreted as confirming the presence of thoracic and abdominal dysfunction. The patient’s chiropractic management is outlined. The possible inter-relationship between the visceral pathology and spinal dysfunction

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