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What it measures:

Amount of rotation in the upper cervical spine. Can be used as a diagnostic test to assess whether cervicogenic headache (CGH) is due to upper cervical dysfunction versus dysfunction at other levels of the cervical spine.

Target Population:

This summary contains information on use of this test in patients with CGH.

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