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creep effects


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A process which takes place in the vertebrae when compressive forces exceed the pressure within the intervertebral disc, forcing tissue fluid to be expelled, and the disc to narrow and stiffen. Creep effects are caused by excessive and repetitive loading, which causes vibrations.

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