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|Relationship between Lower Limb Pain Intensity and Dynamic Lumbopelvic-Hip Alignment in Patients with Degenerative Lumbar Spinal Canal Stenosis: A Cross-Sectional Study|
|Takuya Miura, Ryoji Tominaga, Keita Sato, Tatsuya Endo, Masumi Iwabuchi, Toshikazu Ito, Osamu Shirado|
Asian Spine J. 2022;16(6):918-926. Published online May 10, 2022
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