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  April-June 2022 | Vol 13 | Issue  2
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Artificial atlantoaxial and subaxial facetal joint - Proposal of models
Atul Goel
Atlantoaxial and subaxial facetal articulation is the fulcrum of all major spinal movements. The muscles that facilitate lifelong standing human posture are located on the back of the spine, and the...
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Review Article
Incidence of recurrent lumbar disc herniation: A narrative review
Gonzalo Mariscal, Elena Torres, Carlos Barrios
Background: Recurrent disc herniation is a common condition that often results in months of disabling symptoms and additional costs. Objective: The objective of this study was to inve...
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Original Article
Ozone disc nucleolysis in cervical intervertebral disc herniation: A nonrandomized prospective analysis in 246 patients
Sharad Balasaheb Ghatge, Rohit Pannalal Shah, Nirmal Surya, Suresh sankhala, Chetan Jagjivandas Unadkat, Gulam M Khan, Dhaval B Modi
Background: Inherent complications associated with surgery and limited success of percutaneous minimally invasive procedures make researches wanting for an ideal treatment for cervical disc h...
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