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Patient Safety in Spine Surgery: Regarding the Wrong-Site Surgery

Lee SH, Kim JS, Jeong YC, Kwak DK, Chun JH, Lee HM

Patient safety regarding wrong site surgery has been one of the priority issues in surgical fields including that of spine care. Since the wrong-side surgery in the DM foot patient...
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Lumbar Disc Herniation Associated with Contralateral Neurological Deficit: Can Venous Congestion Be the Cause?

Kalemci O, Kizmazoglu C, Ozer E, Arda MN

Lumbar disc herniation (LDH) associated with a contralateral neurological deficit is sometimes encountered by surgeons. Compression against the opposite pedicle in case of a large discal herniation and prominent stenotic...
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Acute Paraplegia Secondary to Thoracic Disc Herniation of the Adjacent Segment Following Thoracolumbar Fusion and Instrumentation

Badra MI, Assaker R, Musharrafieh RS

Proximal junctional disease is a well-recognized postoperative phenomenon in adults who are undergoing long thoracolumbar fusion and instrumentation, and is attributed to increased a junctional stress concentration. In general, the...
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Ruptured Conus Medullaris Dermoid Cyst with Fat Droplets in the Central

Sharma M, Mally R, Velho V

Spinal dermoid tumors are rare, benign, slow growing tumors. These tumors may become acutely symptomatic after rupture or infection. Excision of the lesion with long term close follow-up studies is...
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Operative Management of a Sacral Gunshot Injury via Minimally Invasive Techniques and Instrumentation

Shen FH, Samartzis

Gunshot wounds to the spine account for 13% to 17% of all gunshot injuries and occur predominantly in the thoracic region. Minimally invasive spine surgery procedures implementing serial muscle dilation...
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Recurrent Echinococcal Infection of the Lumbar Spine: An 11 Year Follow-up

Gouse M, Amritanand R, Venkatesh , Sundararaj GD

Spinal hydatid cyst is a rare occurrence in non endemic countries. We present a case of recurrent lumbar hydatid disease in a 21-year-old male who following initial treatment had a...
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Late Results of Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion with Interbody Cages

Dagli M, Er U, Simsek S, Bavbek M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective analysis. PURPOSE: To evaluate the effectiveness of anterior cervical discectomy with fusion for degenerative cervical disc disease. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Anterior spinal surgery originated in the mid-1950s and graft...
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Radiologic Evaluation of Degeneration in Isthmic and Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

Jeong HY, You JW, Sohn HM, Park SH

STUDY DESIGN: A cross-sectional imaging study. PURPOSE: The objective was to assess the degree of degeneration and the associated factors through imaging studies of the lesion segment and the adjacent superior...
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A Meaning of Well-Being: From the Experience of Paraplegic

Aman H, Aslam A

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: The goal of care for paraplegic people is the enhancement of their "well-being". However, despite the frequent use of the term "well-being", its definition remains unclear...
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Interference of Detection Rate of Lumbar Disc Herniation by Socioeconomic Status

Ji GY, Oh CH, Jung NY, An SD, Choi WS, Kim JH

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: The objective of the study is to evaluate the relationship between the detection rate of lumbar disc herniation and socioeconomic status. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Income is one...
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The Degree of Bacterial Contamination While Performing Spine Surgery

Ahn DK, Park HS, Kim TW, Yang JH, Boo KH, Kim IJ, Lee HJ

STUDY DESIGN: Prospective experimental study. PURPOSE: To evaluate bacterial contamination during surgery. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: The participants of surgery and ventilation system have been known as the most significant sources of contamination. METHODS:...
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Biomechanical Evaluation of a Novel Posterior Integrated Clamp That Attaches to an Existing Posterior Instrumentation for Use in Thoracolumbar Revision

Senatus P, Chinthakunta SR, Vazifeh P, Khalil S

STUDY DESIGN: An in vitro biomechanical study. PURPOSE: To evaluate the biomechanics of a novel posterior integrated clamp (IC) that extends on an already implanted construct in comparison to single long...
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