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  October-December 2015 | Vol 6 | Issue  4
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Atlantoaxial instability associated with single or multi-level cervical spondylotic myelopathy
Atul Goel
Single or multi-level cervical spondylotic disease is commonly encountered spinal ailment. The clinical entity has been under extensive discussion for over a century. A number of treatment protocols h...
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Can decompressive laminectomy for degenerative spondylotic lumbar and cervical canal stenosis become historical?
Atul Goel
Decompressive laminectomy for degenerative spinal canal stenosis has been a popular form of surgery and is still considered by many as gold standard in the treatment. While anterior multilevel decompr...
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Artificial atlantoaxial joint: Is it a possible option?
Atul Goel
For decades, the focus of surgical attention for craniovertebral junction instability is stabilization of the unstable atlantoaxial joint. [1],[2] The stabilization of the joint aims at arthrodesis. T...
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