VARIATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDTIONS (GLUCOSE SUPPLY, OXYGEN, PH) INFLUENCE GENE EXPRESSION BY IVD CELLS AND THEIR IN VITRO RESPONSES TO MECHANICAL LOADING.
EVALUATION OF THE TIME- AND DOSE-DEPENDENT CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF LIDOCAINE ON BOVINE NUCLEUS PULPOSUS CELLS IN VITRO
IN VITRO AND IN VIVO TESTING OF A NOVEL REGULATORY SYSTEM FOR GENE THERAPY FOR INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISEASE
ANNULUS FIBROSUS AND NUCLEUS PULPOSUS CELLS REACT DIFFERENTLY TO GROWTH FACTORS AND CYTOKINES
ERYTHROPOIETIN PROMOTES FIBRONECTIN EXPRESSION AND ASSEMBLY AFTER PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURY
ETANERCEPT ENHANCES AXONAL REGENERATION AFTER PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURY
MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL INJECTION IN DEGENERATED INTERVERTEBRAL DISC: CELL LEAKAGE INDUCES OSTEOPHYTES FORMATION
TRANSPLANTATION OF GOAT BONE MARROW-DERIVED STROMAL CELLS TO THE DEGENERATIVE INTERVERTEBRAL DISC IN A GOAT DISC-INJURY MODEL
THE SIRT1 MRNA EXPRESSION IN HUMAN INTERVERTEBRAL DISC
CHALLENGING THE CUMULATIVE INJURY MODEL - POSITIVE EFFECTS OF GREATER BODY MASS ON DISC DEGENERATION
BI-LAMELLAR ENGINEERED CONSTRUCTS MIMIC THE FORM AND FUNCTION OF THE NATIVE ANNULUS FIBROSUS
DYNAMIC LOAD MOMENT EXPOSURE AND CHANGE IN SPINE FUNCTION ***REVISED***
KINEMATICS STUDY OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISC ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANTATION IN A GOAT MODEL
HUMAN DISC NUCLEUS PROPERTIES RELATE TO ENDPLATE PERMEABILITY
PROXIMAL JUNCTIONAL KYPHOSIS FOLLOWING LUMBAR INSTRUMENTATIONS IS RELATED TO LOSS OF CORRECTION OF THE SACRAL SLOPE
DO ANNULUS CELLS FROM DEGENERATED DISCS HAVE DIFFERENT IN VITRO GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS COMPARED TO ONES FROM HEALTHIER DISCS? A GENE PROFILING STUDY
AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELL THERAPY MAINTAINS VERTEBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND CONTRAST DIFFUSION THROUGH THE ENDPLATE IN EXPERIMENTAL IDD.
AGE-RELATED VARIATION IN CELL DENSITY OF HUMAN LUMBAR INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS
WHAT INFLUENCE DOES SUSTAINED MECHANICAL LOAD HAVE ON DIFFUSION IN THE HUMAN INTERVERTEBRAL DISC? AN IN-VIVO STUDY USING SERIAL POST-CONTRAST MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING.
INTRADISCAL INJECTION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR-5 SIGNIFICANTLY SUPPRESSED THE EXPRESSION OF CYTOKINES, CATABOLIC ENZYMES AND PAIN MARKERS IN THE RABBIT ANULAR PUNCTURE MODEL
A FUNCTIONAL POLYMORPHISM IN COL11A1 IS ASSOCIATED WITH SUSCEPTIBILITY TO LUMBAR DISC HERNIATION
DOES DISCOGRAPHY CAUSE ACCELERATED PROGRESSION OF DEGENERATION CHANGES IN THE LUMBAR DISC: A TEN-YEAR COHORT-CONTROLLED STUDY.
PSYCHOSOCIAL, MECHANICAL, AND METABOLIC FACTORS IN ADOLESCENTS’ WIDESPREAD MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN
HOW DOES BODY HABITUS AFFECT THE PERIOPERATIVE MORBIDITY OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING LUMBAR SPINE FUSION?
THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF THE THREE MAJOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN CENTRAL SPINAL STENOSIS
TRANSFORAMINAL STEROID INJECTIONS DELAY MOTOR RECOVERY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SCIATICA SECONDARY TO HERNIATED NUCLEUS PULPOSUS
NERVE ROOT SEDIMENTATION SIGN - A NEW DIAGNOSTIC PARAMETER IN LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS
DO MRI DEGENERATIVE FINDINGS DIFFER BY LOW BACK SYMPTOM SEVERITY IN YOUNG FINNISH ADULTS?
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI) CHARACTERISTICS AND TREATMENT OUTCOMES IN SPINAL STENOSIS PATIENTS WITH OR WITHOUT DEGENERATIVE SPONDYLOLISTHESIS IN THE SPINE PATIENT OUTCOMES RESEARCH TRIAL (SPORT)
DYNAMIC MIGRATION OF INTERVERTEBRAL DISCS IN THE DEGENERATIVE LUMBAR SPINE
THE ABSENCE OF PAIN INTENSITY CODING IN THE CEREBRAL MATRIX FOR CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN - AN FUNCTIONAL FMRI
NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF SMOKING AND SECONDARY GAIN ISSUES ON PAIN AND DISABILITY SCORES AT ENTRY INTO SPINE CARE
RISK FACTORS FOR LOW BACK DISABILITY AMONG JAPANESE WORKERS: A TWO-YEAR COHORT STUDY
EVALUATION OF A CANADIAN BACK PAIN MASS MEDIA CAMPAIGN: EFFECT ON BELIEFS AND WORK DISABILITY OUTCOMES
ADALIMUMAB IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE SEVERE SCIATICA, A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE BLIND PLACEBO CONTROLLED STUDY
CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINE-BASED TREATMENT IS NOT EFFECTIVE FOR ALL PATIENTS WITH ACUTE LOWER BACK PAIN: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL
EARLY PHYSIOTHERAPEUTIC REHABILITATION FOLLOWING LUMBAR SPINAL FUSION SURGERY
IS THE FINAL OUTCOME PREDICTABLE FOLLOWING TOTAL LUMBAR DISC REPLACEMENT?
PHYSICIAN-BASED VS PATIENT-BASED OUTCOME AFTER POSTERIOR LUMBAR FUSION IN THE SPINE TANGO REGISTRY
POSTOPERATIVE REHABILITATION AFTER SPINAL STENOSIS SURGERY - NO EFFECT ON OUTCOME IN 2- YEAR FOLLOW-UP
DO WE REALLY NEED A 2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP FOR SURGICAL OUTCOME STUDIES?
RADIOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF NEWLY-DEVELOPED DEGENERATIVE SPONDYLOLISTHESIS IN A MEAN 12-YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY
RADIOGRAPHIC RANGE OF MOTION IS RELATED TO CLINICAL OUTCOMES IN LUMBAR ARTIFICIAL DISC REPLACEMENT PATIENTS: ONE SITE ANALYSIS OF 219 PATIENTS WITH MINIMUM 2 YEAR FOLLOW-UP, USA-FDA IDE STUDY
F.D.A. I.D.E. PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED COMPARISON OF THREE LUMBAR ARTIFICIAL DISC REPLACEMENTS (A.D.R.) WITH MINIMUM TWO-YEAR FOLLOW UP.
POSTOPERATIVE LUMBAR EPIDURAL HEMATOMA; A STRUCTURED REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ENDPLATE MORPHOLOGY AND CLINICAL OUTCOME OF SINGLE-LEVEL LUMBAR DISC ARTHROPLASTY
RE-OPERATIONS IN LUMBAR TOTAL DISC REPLACEMENT: EXPERIENCE WITH OUR FIRST CONSECUTIVE 800 CASES
THE EFFECT OF DC-STIMULATION ON LUMBAR SPINAL FUSION IN OLDER PATIENTS. A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL MULTI-CENTER TRIAL.
PREOPERATIVE FIBRINOGEN PLASMA CONCENTRATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH PERIOPERATIVE BLEEDING AND TRANSFUSION REQUIREMENTS IN SCOLIOSIS SURGERY
FLEXICORE® DISC REPLACEMENT VS. FUSION FOR LUMBAR DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE: 2 YEAR RESULTS FROM FOUR STUDY SITES