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  January-March 2023 | Vol 14 | Issue  1
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Joint “release” and joint “realignment:” Are they necessary for the treatment of basilar invagination?
Atul Goel
For several decades, basilar invagination was identified to be a congenital anomaly and an outcome of primary structural malformation. Various speculations regarding the possible causes of embryonic...
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Review Article
The post spinal surgery syndrome: A review
R Ramnarayan, Bipin Chaurasia
Post spinal surgery syndrome(PSSS) has always been considered only for the pain it causes. However, many other neurological deficits do happen after lower back surgery. The aim of this review is to lo...
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Original Article
The carotid sheath route: An option to approach retrocarotid prespinal tumors with paravertebral extension
Filippo Gagliardi, Leone Giordano, Marzia Medone, Silvia Snider, Francesca Roncelli, Edoardo Pompeo, Pietro Mortini
Background: The elective route to approach paravertebral lesions growing into the anterolateral lodge of the neck is widely recognized as the prespinal route with its two major variants. Rece...
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