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4N/mm. 1 N/mm. 1 N/mm and as compared with listhetic cases, this was comparatively high. 6N/mm and proved to be higher than the affected ones. 3 Intraoperative Measurement of Spinal Stiffness 51 Figure 5 indicates the variation of stiffness relating to both aging and disk degeneration. Stiffness of the motion segment showed marked decrease with age. Figure 6 indicates the relation of stiffness with disease. In particular, degenerative spondylolisthetic cases showed the lowest stiffness, with an average of SAN/mm.
On the other hand, of the 30 patients with a decreased signal intensity (low signal group), 26 (87%) complained of low back pain. Regarding complaints of lower extremity pain, there was no difference between the high signal group (25 patients, 83%) and the low signal group (26 patients, 87%) . The incidence of objective findings was not significantly different in the two groups. Conventional radiographs (lateral flexion-extension roentgenograms) demonstrated instability in 21 (70%) of the patients in the low signal group (Fig.
Finally, the histology of seven specimens obtained during surgery was investigated. 5-T superconductive system (MRT50; Toshiba, Tokyo). Spin-echo pulse sequences were obtained in the sagittal plane with either a 400/30 (T1-weighted) sequence and a 2000/80 (TZ-weighted) sequence. Five- to ten-millimeter-thick multiple images were obtained using two or four excitations and a 256 x 256 matrix. Results Magnetic resonance imaging with short TRITE pulse sequences (T1-weighted images) gave the best results.