September 15, 2017 - Volume 42 - Issue 18

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Musculoskeletal Education and Research Center Symposium Guest Editor: K. Daniel Riew, MD Start reading this special issue to learn more on the advancements in the surgical treatment of spinal disorders. Prominent spine surgeons and researchers from the 2016 Annual Musculoskeletal Education and Research Center Symposium give you insights on the latest techniques in spinal surgery, and provide you with in-depth basic science topics, such as biomechanics and biologics sharing their expertise and challenges.
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En Bloc Resection Versus Intralesional Surgery in the Treatment of Giant Cell Tumor of the Spine

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Epidemiologic and Economic Burden Attributable to First Spinal Fusion Surgery: Analysis From an Italian Administrative Database

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Decompression Surgery Alone Versus Decompression Plus Fusion in Symptomatic Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: A Swiss Prospective Multicenter Cohort Study With 3 Years of Follow-up

Ulrich, Nils H.; Burgstaller, Jakob M.; Pichierri, Giuseppe; More

Spine . 42(18):E1077-E1086, September 15, 2017.

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