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  January-March 2016 | Vol 7 | Issue  1
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Editorial
Central or axial atlantoaxial instability: Expanding understanding of craniovertebral junction
Atul Goel
The atlantoaxial joint is the most mobile joint of the body. Because of a large array of movements that originate from here, there is a larger possibility of the movements becoming abnormal, resulting...
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Editorial
Iatrogeny of Alzheimer's disease: A view point
Manu Kothari, Lopa Mehta
Modern Medicine (MM) is held responsible for creating the iatrogenic epidemic of Alzheimer's disease. All cholesterol-lowering therapeutic agents and dietary deprivation of fat bring about myelin and ...
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Review Article
Ligamentum flavum hematomas: Why does it mostly occur in old Asian males? Interesting point of reported cases: Review and case report
Bulent Ozdemir, Ayhan Kanat, Osman Ersegun Batcik, Hasan Gucer, Coskun Yolas
Hematoma of the ligamentum flavum (LF) is a rare cause of neural compression and sciatica. Currently, the etiology and epidemiological characteristics of ligamentum flavum hematoma (LFH) are unknown a...
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