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  April-June 2021 | Vol 12 | Issue  2
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Indicators of atlantoaxial instability
Atul Goel
”To develop a complete mind: study the science of art; study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” Leonardo Da Vinci ”Its no...
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Review Article
Spondylectomy in the treatment of neoplastic spinal lesions – A retrospective outcome analysis of 582 patients using a patient-level meta-analysis
Alexander Spiessberger, Nicholas Dietz, Varun Arvind, Mansoor Nasim, Basil Gruter, Edin Nevzati, Silvia Hofer, Samuel K Cho
This study aims at identifying predictors of postoperative complications, lesion recurrence, and overall survival in patients undergoing en bloc spondylectomy (EBS) for spinal tumors. For this purpo...
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Original Article
Minimally invasive surgery for spinal fractures due to multiple myeloma
Rui Reinas, Djamel Kitumba, Leopoldina Pereira, Oscar L Alves
Background: Multiple myeloma (MM) presents with spinal lesions in 60% of cases. The combination of osteolytic lesions with multifactorial osteopenia raises specific surgical treatment cha...
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