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  July-December 2013 | Vol 4 | Issue  2
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Editorial
The stem cell promise: The future of stemocytology
Manu Kothari, Atul Goel
Hixson [1] biographing "one of the greatest scientific scandals" of the 20 th century, The Patchwork Mouse, perpetrated at the famed Sloan-Kettering Institute, observed in 1976: "The American public, ...
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Fractures of the occipital condyle clinical spectrum and course in eight patients
Antonio Krüger, Ludwig Oberkircher, Thomas Frangen, Steffen Ruchholtz, Christian Kühne, Andreas Junge
Introduction: Occipital condyle fractures (OCFs) are considered to be rare injuries. OCFs are now diagnosed more often because of the widespread use of computed tomography. Our aim is to report...
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Alternative technique of cervical spinal stabilization employing lateral mass plate and screw and intra-articular spacer fixation
Atul Goel
Aim: The author discusses an alternative technique of segmental cervical spinal fixation. Material and Methods: The subtleties of the technique are discussed on the basis of experience w...
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