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  April-June 2018 | Vol 9 | Issue  2
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Is the symptom of cervical or lumbar radiculopathy an evidence of spinal instability?
Atul Goel
Cervical or lumbar radiculopathy associated with pain in the nape of neck or pain in the low back is a common symptom and is related to degenerative spinal changes. Radiating pain is frequently associ...
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Interlaminar lumbar device implantation in treatment of Baastrup disease (kissing spine)
Keyvan Mostofi, Babak Gharaei Moghadam, Morad Peyravi
Background: Baastrup disease (BD) is characterized by the degenerative changes of spinous processes and interspinous soft tissues. It is more common among aged persons. This disorder is a relat...
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Long-term clinical and radiological outcomes following anterior cervical discectomy and fusion by zero-profile anchored cage
Giovanni Grasso, Alessandro Landi
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to extend the results of our previous study providing a minimum of 4-year follow-up results of a prospective study following implantation of a cervical...
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