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  July-September 2015 | Vol 6 | Issue  3
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Spinal fixation as treatment of ossified posterior longitudinal ligament
Atul Goel
Ossified posterior longitudinal ligament is a relatively rare, but a crippling disorder. More importantly, the lesion is relatively difficult and potentially "dangerous" to treat surgically. This is m...
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Is inclusion of the occipital bone necessary/counter-effective for craniovertebral junction stabilization?
Atul Goel
The craniovertebral junction is a complex formation where bone, neural structures, and blood vessels are located in a compact junctional "bottleneck" zone. The bony structure is designed immaculately ...
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Review Article
Pain management following spinal surgeries: An appraisal of the available options
Sukhminder Jit Singh Bajwa, Rudrashish Haldar
Spinal procedures are generally associated with intense pain in the postoperative period, especially for the initial few days. Adequate pain management in this period has been seen to correlate well w...
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