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|Comparison of Muscle Cross-sectional Area and Lumbar Muscle Strength According to Degenerative Spinal Diseases|
|Ji-Hoon Cho, Ki-Hyuk Lee, Seung-Taek Lim, Buong-O Chun|
Asian J Kinesiol. 2020;22(2):1-10. Published online April 30, 2020
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