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Surgical management of multilevel cervical spinal stenosis and spinal cord injury

Zhao-Wan Xu and Deng-Xing Lun evaluate the safety and feasibility of using open-door expansive laminopathy in combination with transpedicular screw fixation to treat conditions complicated by cervical spine fracture Introduction


EUROSPINE: A pan-European success story

A review of the EUROSPINE annual general meeting, which took place in Lyon in October The flagship event in the EUROSPINE calendar took place in Lyon at the beginning of


DWG: the 9th Annual Meeting of the German Spine Society, Leipzig

11–13 December, Congress Center Leipzig, Germany The German Spine Society (GSS) has taken a stable role within the German and international societies and the German Spine Congress has been developed


French surgeon performs world’s first spinal fusion surgery using customised 3D printed spine cages

Medicrea has announced that a surgeon in Lyon, France, has performed the world’s first spinal fusion surgery using customised spine cages created with a 3D printer. Medicrea has developed the


No anti-clotting treatment needed for most children undergoing spine surgeries

Caption: Dr Sponseller and colleagues conducted research to better define the risk of dangerous blood clot formation in children following a common spinal surgery – Photo credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine