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World Neurosurgery.2017;101()702
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10Degenerative arthritis of the craniovertebral junction
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12Multilevel Spinal Segmental Fixation for Kyphotic Cervical Spinal Deformity in Pediatric Age Group—Report of Management in 2 Cases
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13Letter to the Editor. Lumbar canal stenosis: can “only fixation” really make decompression futile?
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14Is the term degenerative “spinal canal stenosis” a misnomer?
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16Spinal arthrodesis via lumbar interbody fusion without direct decompression as a treatment for recurrent radicular pain due to epidural fibrosis: patient series
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17Outcome of Osteophytes After Only-Fixation as Treatment for Multilevel Cervical Spondylosis–A Minimum of 12 Months Follow-Up
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18Basilar invagination, spinal “degeneration,” and “lumbosacral” spondylolisthesis: Instability is the cause and stabilization is the treatment
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19Basilar invagination, spinal “degeneration,” and “lumbosacral” spondylolisthesis: Instability is the cause and stabilization is the treatment
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20Basilar invagination, spinal “degeneration,” and “lumbosacral” spondylolisthesis: Instability is the cause and stabilization is the treatment
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21In Reply to the Letter to the Editor regarding “An Evidence-Based Stepwise Surgical Approach to Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy: A Narrative Review of the Current Literature”
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22Indicators of spinal instability in degenerative spinal disease
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23Occipitocervical Revision Surgery Using the Bicortical Screw and Plate System for Failed Craniovertebral Junction Stabilization
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