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  April-June 2019 | Vol 10 | Issue  2
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Editorial
Is the term degenerative “spinal canal stenosis” a misnomer?
Atul Goel
The terms “lumbar canal stenosis” and “cervical canal stenosis” and rarely “dorsal canal stenosis” have been widely accepted and used terminologies. These terms a...
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Review Article
Torticollis and rotatory atlantoaxial dislocation: A clinical review
Atul Goel
Rotatory atlantoaxial instability can manifest as an acute episode following subtle or minor injury or even following a gentle tap on head in young children and can manifest as a painless deformity ...
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Original Article
A limited unilateral transpedicular approach for anterior decompression of the thoracolumbar spinal cord in elderly and high-risk patients
Khalid Alsaleh, Amjad Alduhaish
Background: Surgical treatment for elderly patients with thoracolumbar (TL) kyphosis and spinal cord (SC) compression presents significant challenges due to compression location, the amount o...
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