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January-June 2023| Vol 6| Issue 1


Complications in spine surgery: Awareness and action commentary

The intent of any surgical intervention is disease amelioration, restoration of normal anatomy, and enabling physiological functioning of the affected system. This endeavor comes at a price—th...

Symposium: Complications in Spine Surgery

Adjacent segment disease: Current evidence and the role of motion preservation technologies

Spinal fusion is gold-standard treatment for degenerative disc disease (DDD) both at cervical and lumbar spine, and it is time tested. Perhaps it has its bundle of complications. Elimination of motion...

Symposium: Complications in Spine Surgery

Intraoperative neuromonitoring in spine surgery: Does it reduce neural complications? Current evidence

Abstract The objectives were to review the evidence on whether intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) sensitively and specifically detects intraoperative neurologic injury during s...

Symposium: Complications in Spine Surgery

Complications of growing rod technique for early onset scoliosis

Early onset scoliosis (EOS) is defined as scoliosis occurring in children less than 10 years of age. The EOS is a separate entity of discussion as development of lungs is restricted due to restricted ...

Symposium: Complications in Spine Surgery

Role of robotics and spinal navigation in reducing surgical complications

Spine surgery has witnessed exponential technological innovation over the past few decades to overcome the challenges of complex surgeries, reduce complications, and increase safety. Advancements have...

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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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