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  July-September 2018 | Vol 9 | Issue  3
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Editorial
Prolapsed, herniated, or extruded intervertebral disc-treatment by only stabilization
Atul Goel
Prolapsed, herniated, or extruded intervertebral disc (PIVD) is a commonly encountered clinical entity. The surgical treatment by resection of the PIVD and decompressing the compressed nerve root ha...
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Editorial
Diaphragma sellae: Anatomical and surgical implication in surgery for pituitary adenomas – Highlighting contributions by Goel
Abhidha Shah, Mohamed Said Mohamed Elsanafiry
Introduction The term diaphragma derives its origin from the Greek dia = “through, apart” + phragma = “a fence.” In medical parlance, it is used t...
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Original Article
Cervical fusion for degenerative disease: A comprehensive cost analysis of hospital complications in the United States from 2002 to 2014
Hansen Deng, John K Yue, Angel Ordaz, Ernesto J Rivera, Catherine G Suen, David C Sing
Purpose: Recent data suggest great variability in costs for surgical hospitalization for spinal surgery. However, the magnitude of expenditures attributable to complications is unknown. The p...
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