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Editor-in-Chief: James N. Weinstein
ISSN: 0362-2436
Online ISSN: 1528-1159
Frequency: 26 issues per year
Ranking: Orthopedics 15/67, Clinical Neurology 86/194
Impact Factor: 2.447
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Do you know the most influential studies on surgery of the lower spine?

Dr. Samuel K. Cho and colleagues of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York City, analyzed and quantified the most important research papers on lumbar spine surgery in an article published in the May 15 issue. Their results raise some interesting "questions, trends and observations"—including the finding that the two most-cited studies focus on situations when spinal surgery should not be performed. Read the article for FREE  

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June 1, 2015

  • Comparison of Clinical Outcomes of One and Two-Level Total Disc Replacement with a Mobi-C Cervical Artificial Disc: 4-Year Results from a Prospective, Randomized, Controlled, Multicenter IDE Clinical Trial
    Hyuun Bae
  • Cervical Nerve Root Displacement and Strain During Upper Limb Neural Tension Testing: Part 1. A Minimally Invasive Assessment in Unembalmed Cadavers  
    Chelsea Lohman 
  • Cervical Nerve Root Displacement and Strain During Upper Limb Neural Tension Testing: Part 2.  Role of Foraminal Ligaments in the Cervical Spine
    Chelsea Lohman
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