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Month: May 2009

Risk of Progression in De Novo Low-Magnitude Degenerative Lumbar Curves: Natural History and Literature Review

Scientific Paper Chin KR1, Furey C, Bohlman HH. Interested medical professionals can read through the full paper, also published in the American Journal of Orthopedics, here. ABSTRACT Natural history studies have focused on risk for progression in lumbar curves of more than 30 degrees, while smaller curves have little data for guiding treatment. We studied curve progression in …

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The Mandibular Angle as a Landmark for Identification of Cervical Spinal Level

Scientific Paper Auerbach JD1, Weidner Z, Pill SG, Mehta S, Chin KR. Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Spine, here. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective radiographic review. OBJECTIVE To determine the utility of the mandibular angle as a landmark for identification of cervical spinal level. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Improper localization of the skin incision during anterior …

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