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  April-June 2017 | Vol 8 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Is sectioning of muscle attachment to axis (C2) spinous process mandatory to achieve arthrodesis during atlantoaxial fixation?
Atul Goel
The basic and fundamental steps in atlantoaxial fixation technique that was discussed by us in 1994 include the opening of the atlantoaxial joint, denuding of the articular cartilage, and introduction...
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Editorial
Beyond radiological imaging: Direct observation and manual physical evaluation of spinal instability
Atul Goel
If the facts don't fit the theory, change the facts - Albert Einstein The science of spine surgery revolves around the identification of spinal instability and its subsequent treatment. However,...
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Review Article
Spinal angiolipomas: A puzzling case and review of a rare entity
Faris Shweikeh, Ajleeta Sangtani, Michael P Steinmetz, Peter Zahos, Bohdan Chopko
Patients with spinal epidural abscesses (SEAs) may have a variable presentation. Such an infection has a typical appearance on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and enhances with gadolinium. We present...
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