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2015 - Volume 2015 - Supplement 1
pp: 1-50

ALLOGENEIC MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IMPROVE INDICES OF LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DEGENERATION WITHOUT SITE SPECIFICITY OF INJECTION IN AN OVINE MODEL: O30

Freeman, Brian J C; Zarrinkalam, Mohammad R; Kuliwaba, Julia S; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 2015:9, 2015.

ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN TYPES OF MODIC CHANGES IN THE LUMBAR REGION AND LOWER BACK PAIN IN A LARGE COHORT IN JAPAN: THE WAKAYAMA SPINE STUDY: O67

Teraguchi, Masatoshi; Yoshimura, Noriko; Hashizume, Hiroshi; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 2015:19, 2015.

MONTHLY FLUCTUATIONS OF SURGICAL SITE INFECTIONS FOLLOWING ELECTIVE SPINAL SURGERY: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS USING THE JAPANESE DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE COMBINATION DATABASE: O37

Ohya, Junichi; Chikuda, Hirotaka; Oshima, Yasushi; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 2015:35, 2015.

EARLY IMAGING IN OLDER ADULTS WITH BACK PAIN IS ASSOCIATED WITH NO IMPROVEMENT IN BACK‐RELATED DISABILITY BUT INCREASED RESOURCE UTILIZATION: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY: O24

Jarvik, J G; Gold, L S; Comstock, B A; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 2015:38, 2015.

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BONY SPINAL CANAL STENOSIS AND THE OCCURRENCE OF CLINICAL SYMPTOMS OF LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS — THE WAKAYAMA SPINE STUDY: O14

Iwahashi, Hiroki; Yoshimura, Noriko; Hashizume, Hiroshi; More

Spine Journal Meeting Abstracts. 2015:50, 2015.

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