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  1. Mechanical Properties of Bioresorbable Self-reinforced Posterior Cervical Rods.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 27(2):E66 (2014) PMID 23698109

    A biomechanical study. To test the mechanical and physical properties of self-reinforced copolymer bioresorbable posterior cervical rods and compare their mechanical properties to commonly used Irene titanium alloy rods. Bioresorbable instrumentation is becoming increasingly common in surgical spine...
  2. Usefulness of an Early MRI-based Classification System for Predicting Vertebral Collapse and Pseudoarthrosis After Osteoporotic Vertebral Fr...

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 27(2):E61 (2014) PMID 24201154

    Our results suggest that the radiologic prognosis can be estimated to a limited extent by determining the degree and extent of osteoporotic vertebral fractures using an early magnetic resonance imaging-based classification....
  3. Radiation exposure for fluoroscopy-guided lumbosacral epidural steroid injections: comparison of the transforaminal and caudal approaches.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 27(1):E37 (2014) PMID 24441060

    We evaluated and compared the radiation exposure caused by using the fluoroscopy-guided transforaminal and caudal approaches of lumbosacral epidural steroid injection (ESI). Only a few studies focused on the radiation exposure to patients who underwent lumbosacral ESI for pain management. A total of...
  4. Perioperative variations of the intracompartmental pressures of the paraspinal muscles.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 26(7):E259 (2013) PMID 23274400

    Study of the influence of thoracolumbar spinal surgery through a posterior approach to the intercompartmental pressure of the paraspinal muscles. To create waveforms according to the pressure variations up to 24 hours postoperatively and relate these measurements to independent parameters. The exist...
  5. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) plus BMP-2 upregulates intervertebral disc-cell matrix synthesis more than either BMP-2 alone or PEMF al...

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 26(6):E221 (2013) PMID 23187450

    We decided to carry out an experiment whereby we combined PEMF with BMP-2. Our thoughts were that BMP-2 plus PEMF could be better than either alone. The PEMF signal used was similar to that used in the clinical treatment of fracture nonunions or delayed fracture healing. Human disc cells were treate...
  6. The Existence of Intravertebral Cleft Impact on Outcomes of Non-acute Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures Patients Treated by Percu...

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques (2013) PMID 23563348

    : CT and MRI were sensitivity to detect IVC sign. PKP could improve pain, functional activity, kyphotic angulation and anterior height of both IVC and non-IVC groups, however, more cleft pattern of cement and higher intradiscal cement leakage in IVC group....
  7. Prospective Evaluation of Quality of Life in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis before and after Surgery.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques (2012) PMID 23096129

    : Surgical treatment of AIS improved patient quality of life, as shown by significant improvement on all SRS-30 and SF-36 domains. Questionnaire scores did not correlate with Cobb angle, curve correction, or type of instrumentation....
  8. Cervical endplate and facet arthrosis: an anatomic study of cadaveric specimens.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 25(7):379 (2012) PMID 21705919

    An anatomic, epidemiologic study of cervical endplate and facet arthrosis in cadaveric spines. To determine the prevalence of cervical endplate and facet arthrosis and the relationship between these 2 entities in a large population sample. Cervical endplate and facet arthrosis are common radiographi...
  9. Comparison of Clinical Outcome in Overweight or Obese Patients After Minimally Invasive Versus Open Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques (2012) PMID 22614266

    : Minimally invasive TLIF is a safe and reliable procedure for treatment of overweight or obese patients. The minimally invasive technique offers several potential advantages when compared to open procedure. Although this technique needs longer X-ray exposure time, it may still be a good option for o...
  10. Multilevel lumbar spinal stenosis decompression: midterm outcome using a modified hinge osteotomy technique.

    Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques 24(6):376 (2011) PMID 21150666

    A prospective cohort study was carried out looking at the functional outcome and post procedure translational segmental instability after multi-level lumbar decompression using a hinge osteotomy technique. The hinge osteotomy technique involves unilateral subperiosteal muscle dissection with osteoto...