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and password required). Appearing in the September issue:
n;Clinical Study: The effect of preoperative
lumbar epidural corticosteroid injection
on postoperative infection rate in
patients undergoing single-level lumbar
n;Clinical Study: Intraoperative image
guidance compared with free-hand
methods in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis
posterior spinal surgery: a systematic
review on screw-related complications and
n;Clinical Study: Impact of wedge-shaped
resection of the posterior bony arch on
postoperative outcomes after open door laminoplasty in the cervical
spine: a 2-year follow-up study
Know Your Back ( www.knowyourback.org)
Direct your discitis patients to this new resource on NASS' Patient Education
website, Know YourBack.org. Authored by Anand Joshi, MD, this piece
delves into the causes, symptoms, testing and treatment of discitis. https://
Musings... A.M. & AM
From the Desk of the President
Opioids. Please Try to Be
Some Reasons Patients
Value in Spine Care
The Value of Injections for
Axial Low Back Pain
Literature Review Commentary
Lumbar and Sacral
Neurotomy: Fatal Flaws of
a Recent RCT
SOCIOECONOMICS & POLITICS
2017 Gridlock and What
32nd Annual Meeting
§ Outstanding CME,
Courses, Social Events
§ Innovative Technical
Exhibition & Hands-On
SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2017
October 25-28 n Orlando, FL, USA