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  January-March 2021 | Vol 12 | Issue  1
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Spinal deformities - Is direct "correction" surgery necessary?
Atul Goel
Spinal deformities form a formidable management and therapeutic challenge. Apart from cosmetic issues, deformities can be a cause of a variety of clinical symptoms and neurological dysfunction. Adva...
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Review Article
Anatomic, functional, and radiographic review of the ligaments of the craniocervical junction
Peter Fiester, Dinesh Rao, Erik Soule, Peaches Orallo, Gazanfar Rahmathulla
The craniocervical junction (CCJ) is a complex and unique osteoligamentous structure that balances maximum stability and protection of vital neurovascular anatomy with ample mobility and range of mo...
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Original Article
Temporary spanning internal fixation for management of complex upper cervical spine fractures
Khalid AlSaleh, Muteb Abulras, Osama Alrehaili
Introduction: Fractures of the upper cervical spine are often but not always amenable to either internal fixation or conservative management using a rigid cervical collar. For all other fract...
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