Road to Death Valley National Park, California
ISSLS Prize Winner: Positron Emission Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Monitoring Interbody Fusion With Equine Bone Protein Extract, Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2, and Autograft
ISSLS Prize Winner: Integrating Theoretical and Experimental Methods for Functional Tissue Engineering of the Annulus Fibrosus
ISSLS Prize Winner: Microstructure and Mechanical Disruption of the Lumbar Disc Annulus
ISSLS Prize Winner: Microstructure and Mechanical Disruption of the Lumbar Disc Annulus
Effects of Static Compression With Different Loading Magnitudes and Durations on the Intervertebral Disc
The Effect of Cement Augmentation and Extension of Posterior Instrumentation on Stabilization and Adjacent Level Effects in the Elderly Spine
Interaction Between Finite Helical Axes and Facet Joint Forces Under Combined Loading
Spinal Disabilities in Military and Civil Aviators
Lamina Horizontalization and Facet Tropism as the Risk Factors for Adjacent Segment Degeneration After PLIF
Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial
The Natural History of Age-Related Disc Degeneration
Identifying Mechanisms for Therapeutic Intervention in Chordoma
Age- and Pathology-Specific Measures of Disc Degeneration
Surgical Versus Nonoperative Treatment for Lumbar Disc Herniation
Genetic and Environmental Effects on Disc Degeneration by Phenotype and Spinal Level
ISSLS Prize Winner: Early Predictors of Chronic Work Disability
Utility of Spine Surgery
Criticisms of the Biopsychosocial Model in Spine Care
Undetected Vertebral Artery Groove and Foramen Violations During C1 Lateral Mass and C2 Pedicle Screw Placement
Benign Adverse Events Following Chiropractic Care for Neck Pain Are Associated With Worse Short-term Outcomes but Not Worse Outcomes at Three Months
Does the Morphology of Foramen Transversarium Fractures Predict Vertebral Artery Injuries?
Burned-Out Discs Stop Hurting
Osteoblastoma of the Spine With Discordant Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography Imaging Features in a Child
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