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Medical Papers Cervical

Preoperative Narcotic Use as a Predictor of Clinical Outcome: Results Following Anterior Cervical Arthrodesis

Scientific Paper Lawrence JT1, London N, Bohlman HH, Chin KR. Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Spine, here. STUDY DESIGN Prognostic Study, Level II (Retrospective review of prospectively collected data). OBJECTIVE To identify an association between preoperative narcotic use and clinical outcome after cervical arthrodesis. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Little data exists regarding the …

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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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Myelographic Evaluation of Cervical Spondylosis: Patient Tolerance and Complications

Scientific Paper Chin KR1, Eiszner JR, Huang JL, Huang JI, Roh JS, Bohlman HH. Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Clinical Spine Surgery, here. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective chart review of documented adverse events in 637 consecutive patients after computed tomogram myelography and follow-up interview of the most recent 100 of these patients. OBJECTIVE This study assessed …

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Role of Plate Thickness as a Cause of Dysphagia After Anterior Cervical Fusion

Scientific Paper Chin KR1, Eiszner JR, Adams SB Jr. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2007 Interested medical professionals can read the full paper, as published in Spine, here. STUDY DESIGN Prospective radiographic analysis with clinical correlates. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine whether patients with cervical plates protruding off the vertebral body more prominently than pre-existing osteophytes had …

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