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  July-September 2022 | Vol 13 | Issue  3
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External syringomyelia − is it an evidence of focal spinal instability?
Atul Goel
In the scenario of chronic, subtle or potential and less frequently manifest atlantoaxial instability, there are a number of secondary so-called “pathological” musculoskeletal, spinal st...
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Review Article
Atlantoaxial instability secondary to Bartonella henselae osteomyelitis managed surgically by atlantoaxial instrumentation: A case report and systematic review
Mansour Mathkour, Julie Chu, Tyler Scullen, Naser Ibrahim, Cassidy Werner, Christopher J Carr, Brendan Huang, Hussam Abou-Al-Shaar, Robert F Dallapiazza, Christopher M Maulucci, Manish Singh
Cat scratch disease (CSD), caused by Bartonella henselae, may atypically present with vertebral osteomyelitis. Antibiotic regimens are tailored to presentation, which is markedly variable and...
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Review Article
Diagnosis and management of isolated C1 fractures: A systematic review
Kyle Samuel Chan, Nathan A Shlobin, Nader S Dahdaleh
Objective: Atlas fractures are a common craniocervical injury, often resulting from trauma. However, diagnosis and management of atlas fractures continues to be the subject of controversy. We...
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