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Schober's sign

Introduction: Schober's sign

Description of Schober's sign

Schober's sign: Is an examination of spine movement where two marks are made 10 cm apart on a persons back while they are standing. The person then bends forwards and the distance between the two marks should increase to about 15 cm.

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