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January-June 2022| Vol 5| Issue 1


Cervical spine injury: A historical perspective

Cervical spine, apart from protecting the spinal cord, supports and provides mobility to the head. This mobility comes from a compromised, less osseous, and more ligamentous stability of cervical sp...

Symposium: Cervical Spine Trauma

Innovations in cervical spine trauma: Developing the next generation upper cervical spine injury classification system

The upper cervical spine not only consists of intricate bony and ligamentous anatomy affording unique flexibility but also has increased susceptibility to injuries. The upper cervical spine trauma can...

Symposium: Cervical Spine Trauma

Approach to upper cervical trauma

Upper cervical spine injuries are relatively common and are often the result of blunt trauma. These injuries can be neurologically devastating and can have a high mortality. Management of these injuri...

Symposium: Cervical Spine Trauma

Approach and considerations for surgery in subaxial cervical spine injury: A narrative review

Subaxial cervical spine injuries are common and encompass a spectrum of injuries ranging from a minor ligamentous sprain to fracture dislocation with spinal cord injury. These injuries are often misse...

Symposium: Cervical Spine Trauma

Diagnosis and management of acute traumatic central cord syndrome: Present consensus and narrative review

This is a narrative review to get an overview of the diagnosis and management of the acute traumatic cervical central cord syndrome (ATCCS) with an evidence-based approach. We considered articles that...

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Indian Spine Journal, a publication of Association of Spine Surgeons of India, is a peer-reviewed Print + online journal with Semiannual compilation of issues published.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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