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  April-June 2020 | Vol 11 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Odontoid process and intervertebral disc: Do they have the same function?
Atul Goel
We live in a world where great incompatibles co-exist: The human scale and the superhuman scale, stability and mobility, permanence and change, identity and anonymity, comprehensibility and universa...
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Review Article
Management of metastatic vertebral lesions by interventional techniques: Systematic review of outcomes
Reddy Ravikanth
Vertebral metastases represent an important cause of cancer-related morbidity and mortality. Among all available treatments, interventional percutaneous techniques have recently emerged as potential...
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Original Article
The incidence of odontoid fractures following trauma in a major trauma center, a retrospective study
Sami Ibrahim AlEissa, Ali Abdullah Alhandi, Ahad Abdullah Bugis, Raghad Khalid Alsalamah, Abdulellah Alsheddi, Abdulaziz Khalid Almubarak, Suhail Saad AlAssiri, Faisal MohammedSaleh Konbaz
Background: Cervical spine injury is the most common vertebral injury after major trauma, 20% of all cervical fractures happen to be odontoid fractures. In young adults, odontoid fracture...
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