Special Issue: Spine Surgery and Disc Herniation

15 Apr, 2019 | 02:25h | UTC

Spine Surgery and Disc Herniation – International Orthopaedics (selected free review articles from the supplement)

– Homepage

– Editorial: Disc herniation and disc disease: the present and the future of management

– Cervical disc herniation: which surgery?

– Evidence-based use of arthroplasty in cervical degenerative disc disease

– Cervical disc arthroplasty: tips and tricks

– Post-operative nerve injuries after cervical spine surgery

– Ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament in the cervical spine: a review

– Surgical treatment of thoracic disc herniation: an overview

– Thoracic disc herniation, avoidance, and management of the surgical complications

– Intervertebral disc herniation in elite athletes

– Current concepts for lumbar disc herniation

– Lumbar disc herniation: what has the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial taught us?

– The relevance of high-intensity zones in degenerative disc disease

– Endoscopic spine discectomy: indications and outcomes

– Minimally invasive discectomy for lumbar disc herniation: current concepts, surgical techniques, and outcomes

– Factors that influence neurological deficit and recovery in lumbar disc prolapse—a narrative review

– Cauda equina syndrome—the questions

– The evidence-based approach for surgical complications in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation

– Failure of lumbar disc surgery: management by fusion or arthroplasty?

– Adjacent segment degeneration after fusion spinal surgery—a systematic review

– The future of disc surgery and regeneration

– Clinical trials of intervertebral disc regeneration: current status and future developments

– Cell therapy for intervertebral disc herniation and degenerative disc disease: clinical trials

– Autogenic mesenchymal stem cells for intervertebral disc regeneration

 

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