Which Patients Crossover to Spondylolisthesis Surgery? + C-TDR 5-10 Year Outcomes + Pros/Cons of Open Access Publishing
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Thoracic Exophytic Ependymoma With Severe Spinal Cord Compression
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Thoracic Exophytic Ependymoma With Severe Spinal Cord Compression

By Amer Khalil, MD
Progressive lower extremity weakness and numbness caused this patient to become wheelchair bound. Other symptoms include diffuse lower abdominal and bilateral leg numbness, and bowel/bladder dysfunction. What treatment do you suggest?
 
Factors Predict Which Patients Crossover to Surgery for Spondylolisthesis
JBJS OPEN ACCESS FEATURE

Factors Predict Which Patients Crossover to Surgery for Spondylolisthesis

With Peter G. Passias, MD, FAAOS, and Dwight S. Tyndall, MD, FAAOS
Characteristics of patients who crossed over to spine surgery to treat degenerative spondylolisthesis, independent predictors and surgery-related potential for improvement.
 
Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement Outcomes at 5 to 10 Years
ISASS19 MEETING HIGHLIGHT

Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement Outcomes at 5 to 10 Years

With Frank M. Phillips, MD
Besides long-term outcomes, the differences between US and European studies, next generation and hybrid concepts.
 
Pros and Cons of Open Access Publishing
OPEN ACCESS OBSTACLES?

Pros and Cons of Open Access Publishing

With Charlotte J. Haug, MD, PhD, and Jeffrey C. Wang, MD
Are open access journals trustworthy and is Plan S viable in the United States?
 
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