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July-December 2019| Vol 2| Issue 2


From plaster beds to robotics… evolution of spine surgery in India

Most of the revolutionary ideas and advances in the management of spinal disorders took place in the last 5 decades.[1] Some of our very senior spine surgeons still remember treating patients with t...

Original Article

Treatment of scoliosis in osteogenesis imperfecta: Experience at a single institution

Background: Spinal deformities are frequently seen in osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). We investigated contemporary spinal fusion techniques including pedicle screw fixation with or without ceme...

Original Article

Clinico-radiological outcomes of single level TLIF using local morselized impacted bone graft vs cage with local bone graft

Aim: To study the fusion rate and clinical outcome of transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) with cage and TLIF with local morselized graft. Design: Retrospective. Materials ...

Original Article

A clinical and radiological study of nontraumatic coccygodynia in Indian population

Background: Nontraumatic coccygodynia is poorly understood. Dynamic radiographs help to identify a radiological lesion. This study was performed to evaluate these parameters and define a line...

Original Article

Lateral Approach to the Lumbar Spine of Sprague Dawley Rat: Development of a Novel Animal Model for Spine Surgery

Background: Low back pain is a common ailment affecting individuals all around the globe. Animal models are required to study and further explore the treatment modalities. Lumbar spinal surge...

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Indian Spine Journal, a publication of Association of Spine Surgeons of India, is a peer-reviewed Print + online journal with Semiannual compilation of issues published.

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