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  April-June 2015 | Vol 6 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Vertical facetal instability: Is it the point of genesis of spinal spondylotic disease?
Atul Goel
Standing human posture presents unique challenges to the human spine and an added strain to the muscles to maintain the erect spinal posture. Over the years, several researchers have evaluated the bio...
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Editorial
Can foramen magnum decompression surgery become historical?
Atul Goel
Foramen magnum decompression is a discrete, defined and popular neurosurgical operation and has several surgical indications. Essentially, foramen magnum decompression is done when the posterior fossa...
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Posterior atlantoaxial 'facetal' instability associated with cervical spondylotic disease
Atul Goel
Aim: The association of single or multiple level cervical spondylotic disease with atlantoaxial instability is assessed. The implications of identifying and treating atlantoaxial instability in...
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