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September 2009 - Volume 10 - Supplement 3
pp: 53-206

Prospective Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes and Complications of 756 Consecutive Operative Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Patients: Paper #3

Lenke, Lawrence G.; Bridwell, Keith H.; Erickson, Mark A.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:54, September 2009.

Pedicle Screw Constructs Provide Superior Thoracic Rib Hump and Lumbar Prominence Correction following Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Surgery: Paper #6

Lenke, Lawrence G.; Kuklo, Timothy R.; Sucato, Daniel J.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:56, September 2009.

Bracing Before Posterior Spinal Fusion with Instrumentation (PSFI) for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) is Associated with Reduced Satisfaction, Lower Activity Levels and More Pain at Two Years after Operation: Paper #16

Sharkey, Melinda S.; Sucato, Daniel J.; Emans, John B.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:63, September 2009.

Is there a Difference in Outcome between Patients Under and Over Age 60 who have Long Fusions to the Sacrum for the Primary Treatment of Adult Scoliosis?: Paper #21

O'Shaughnessy, Brian A.; Kuklo, Timothy R.; Lenke, Lawrence G.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:67-68, September 2009.

Deterioration of Radiographic and Clinical Outcomes With Primary Treatment Adult Spinal Deformity Surgeries From Two Years to Three to Five Years Follow‐up: Paper #23

Bridwell, Keith H.; Baldus, Christine R.; Berven, Sigurd; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:68-69, September 2009.

Major Complications in Primary Adult Deformity Surgery: Risk Factors and Clinical Outcomes at One Institution with Two to Six Year Follow‐Up: Paper #27

Auerbach, Joshua D.; Bridwell, Keith H.; Lenke, Lawrence G.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:72-73, September 2009.

** RUSSELL A. HIBBS AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST CLINICAL PRESENTATION*Growing Rod Fractures: Risk Factors and Opportunities for Prevention: Paper #30

Yang, Justin S.; Sponseller, Paul D.; Thompson, George H.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:75-76, September 2009.

** RUSSELL A. HIBBS AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST CLINICAL PRESENTATION Major Complications of Three‐Column Osteotomies in 240 Consecutive Spinal Deformity Patients: Paper #68

Auerbach, Joshua D.; Lenke, Lawrence G.; Bridwell, Keith H.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:102, September 2009.

Rates of Infection Following Spine Surgery Based on 108,419 Procedures: A Report from the Scoliosis Research Society Morbidity and Mortality Committee: Paper #71

Smith, Justin S.; Shaffrey, Christopher I.; Sansur, Charles A.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:104, September 2009.

** RUSSELL A. HIBBS AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST CLINICAL PRESENTATION Validity and Reliability of Intraoperative Monitoring in Pediatric Spinal Deformity Surgery: A 23 Year Experience of 3,436 Surgical Cases: Paper #74

Thuet, Earl D.; Winscher, Jacquelyn C.; Padberg, Anne M.; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:106, September 2009.

High Circulating Levels of Osteopontin Are Associated with Idiopathic Scoliosis Onset and Spinal Deformity Progression: Paper #79

Moreau, Alain; Franco, Anita; Azeddine, Bouziane; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 10:109, September 2009.

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