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  January-March 2022 | Vol 13 | Issue  1
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Spinal cord injuries - Instability is the issue-stabilization is the treatment
Atul Goel
Issues related to spinal injury have been under discussion for several decades. Multiple forms of treatment that have been advocated range from surgical and nonsurgical drug treatment to stem-cell t...
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Review Article
C2/3 Transfacetal fixation: An underutilized technique of C2 fixation in the management of atlantoaxial dislocation − A technical note with review of literature
Deepak Kumar Singh, Diwakar Shankar, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Mohammad Kaif, Kuldeep Yadav
Background: Atlantoaxial Dislocation (AAD) is a complex disorder of craniovertebral junction (CVJ). Many techniques are available to treat AAD but there are some specific conditions where som...
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Review Article
Traumatic cervical spine spondyloptosis: A systematic review
Adel Khelifa, Lakhder Berchiche, Fayçal Aichaoui, Nadia Lagha, Nadjib Asfirane, Abdelhalim Morsli
Background: Spondyloptosis is a rare presentation of cervical spine traumatism where listhesis is more than 100%. Traumatic cervical spine spondyloptosis (TCS) is one of the least discuss...
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