Electromyographic and Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Predict Lumbar Stenosis, Low-back Pain, and No Back Symptoms by Andrew J. Haig, MD 7/23/2007
An Interview with Andrew J. Haig, MD, author of Haig AJ, et al. Electromyographic and magnetic resonance imaging to predict lumbar stenosis, low-back pain, and no back symptoms. J Bone and Joint Suregy 2007;89:358-366. Haig AJ, et al. Spinal stenosis, back pain, or no symptoms at all? A masked study comparing radiologic and electrodiagnostic diagnoses to the clinical impression. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2006;87:897-903. Haig AJ, et al. The sensitivity and specificity of electrodiagnostic testing for the clinical syndrome of lumbar spinal stenosis. Spine 2005;30:2667-2676.0. Interviewed by Ted Burns, MD and Gregory T. Carter, MD, MS The participants in this Podcast had nothing to disclose.