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Articles by JOHN E. LONSTEIN

Results and Complications After Spinal Fusion for Neuromuscular Scoliosis in Cerebral Palsy and Static Encephalopathy Using Luque Galveston Instrumentation: Experience in 93 Patients

Lonstein, John E.; Koop, Steven E.; Novachek, Tom F.; More

Spine. 37(7):583-591, April 01, 2012.

Long-Term Follow-up of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Patients Who Had Harrington Instrumentation and Fusion to the Lower Lumbar Vertebrae: Is Low Back Pain a Problem?

Bartie, Bruce J.; Lonstein, John E.; Winter, Robert B.

Spine. 34(24):E873-E878, November 15, 2009.

Can C7 Plumbline and Gravity Line Predict Health Related Quality of Life in Adult Scoliosis?

Mac-Thiong, Jean-Marc; Transfeldt, Ensor E.; Mehbod, Amir A.; More

Spine. 34(15):E519-E527, July 1, 2009.

Complications in Long Fusions to the Sacrum for Adult Scoliosis: Minimum Five-Year Analysis of Fifty Patients

Weistroffer, Joseph K.; Perra, Joseph H.; Lonstein, John E.; More

Spine. 33(13):1478-1483, June 1, 2008.

Congenital Thoracic Scoliosis With Unilateral Unsegmented Bar and Concave Fused Ribs: Rib Osteotomy and Posterior Fusion at 1 Year Old, Anterior and Posterior Fusion at 5 Years Old With a 36-Year Follow-up

Winter, Robert B.; Lonstein, John E.

Spine. 32(26):E841-E844, December 15, 2007.

“The Disappearing Evoked Potentials”: A Special Problem of Positioning Patients With Skeletal Dysplasia: Case Report

Ofiram, Elisha; Lonstein, John E.; Skinner, Stan; More

Spine. 31(14):E464-E470, June 15, 2006.

Congenital Scoliosis due to Unilateral Unsegmented Bar: Posterior Spine Fusion at Age 12 Months With 44-Year Follow-up

Winter, Robert B.; Smith, Michael D.; Lonstein, John E.

Spine. 29(3):E52-E55, February 1, 2004.

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