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  October-December 2021 | Vol 12 | Issue  4
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Degenerative arthritis of the craniovertebral junction
Atul Goel
A review of related publications in the literature suggests that cervical spinal degeneration has more often been identified and surgically treated in the lower cervical spine, less frequently in th...
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Basilar invagination, spinal “degeneration,” and “lumbosacral” spondylolisthesis: Instability is the cause and stabilization is the treatment
Atul Goel
In the year 1998, we identified atlantoaxial facetal listhesis as the initial point of pathogenesis of basilar invagination.[1],[2],[3] Subaxial spinal “degeneration” was also identified...
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Review Article
Ankylosing spondylitis traumatic subaxial cervical fractures – An updated treatment algorithm
Yusuf Mehkri, Montserrat Lara-Velazquez, Peter Fiester, Gazanfar Rahmathulla
Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a rheumatologic disease characterized by ankylosis and ligament ossification of the spine with an elevated risk of vertebrae fractures at the cervical level or cervico...
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