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EDITORIAL
1.  Indicators of spinal instability in degenerative spinal disease
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Factors predicting loss of cervical lordosis following Cervical Laminoplasty : A Critical Review
2.  Perimedullary arteriovenous fistulas of the craniovertebral junction: a systematic review
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Timing to Surgery of Chiari Malformation Type 1 Affects Complication Types: An Analysis of 13,812 Patients
2.  Survival in Patients with surgically treated spinal metastases
3.  Complication Rates Following Chiari Malformation Surgical Management for Arnold-Chiari Type I Based on Surgical Variables, A National Perspective
4.  Biomechanics of the upper cervical spine ligaments in axial rotation and flexion extension: Considerations into the clinical framework
5.  Reconsidering the tectorial membrane; a morphological study
6.  Clinical Relevance of Occipital Condyle Fractures
7.  Alternative technique of C1-2-3 stabilization- sectioning of muscles attached to C2 spinous process and C2-3 fixation.
8.  Atlantoaxial fixation for failed foramen magnum decompression in patients with Chiari malformation.
9.  Conservative versus operative management of post-operative lumbar discitis
10.  Epidemiologic Trend of Mobile Spine and Sacrum Chordoma: A National Population-Based Study
CASE REPORT
1.  Rotational dislocation C1-C2 after otoplasty under local anesthesia
2.  Silent Stellate Ganglion Paraganglioma Masquerading as Schwannoma: A Surgical Nightmare for Unprepared Anesthetist and Surgeon
3.  Lessons learnt from surgical management of craniovertebral instability in Morquio syndrome: a series of four unusual cases


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