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The authors published a biomechanical study in which they compared the use of the Rogers intercostal and the Lovely-Carl tension band wiring methods for internal fixation of the cervical spine. The Lovely—Carl technique was used to perform surgery on Group 1 specimens, which later underwent surgical fixation by the Rogers technique, and Group 2 specimens underwent surgical fixation by the Rogers procedure, and Group 2 specimens underwent surgical fixation by the Rogers procedure. The Lovely—Carl technique resulted in less mobility in spines treated with the Rogers technique, resulting in less mobility in those treated with the Rogers technique, thus making the Lovely—Carl technique clinically less effective.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3171/spi.2000.93.1.0109
Carl Ransom Rogers, an American psychologist and one of the pioneers of the humanistic approach to psychology, was both an American psychologist and one of the pioneers of the humanistic approach to psychology. Rogers attempted to change the world of psychotherapy when he boldly claimed that psychoanalytic, experimental, and behavioral therapists were preventing their patients from ever achieving self-realization and self-growth due to their authoritive analysis. Rogers' theorem received brisk praise for his research and was given many prestigious accolades.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.25215/0402.001
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