Hands-On Course:
Lumbar Spinal Injections
June 24-25

Burr Ridge, IL (near Chicago)

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Hands-On Course: Lumbar Spinal Injections
June 24-25

Burr Ridge, IL (near Chicago)

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37th Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL
October 12-15, 2022

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37th Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL
October 12-15, 2022

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Submit Comments about NASS Coverage Recommendation by June 4, 2022

Your input is important. Please review and make comments/suggestions to assist the NASS Coverage Committee with development of the latest coverage recommendation, Basivertebral Nerve Ablation (BNA).

New in NASSJ: Implant in situ assembly for all-posterior lumbar vertebral column resection

The authors performed implant in situ assembly, a new method that enabled all-posterior lumbar vertebral column resection using large endplates.

New in SpineLine: Brain Computer Interfaces for Spinal Cord Injury: Technology Progressing Toward a Clinical Reality

Emerging technologies may offer better systems for testing and validating BCI systems in both research and home settings.

New in TSJ: Ground truth generalizability affects performance of the AI model in automated vertebral fracture detection on plain lateral radiographs of the spine

The developed VF-identifying AI ensemble model based on ground truth of older adults achieved better performance in identifying VFs in older adults and non-fractured thoracic and lumbar vertebrae in the younger adults

New in TSJ: High viscosity bone cement vertebroplasty versus low viscosity bone cement vertebroplasty in the treatment of mid-high thoracic vertebral compression fractures

The authors of this study found that although HVBC and LVBC are safe and effective to treat mid-to-high level thoracic vertebral compression fractures, HVBC is preferable in terms of cement leakage, injection volume, and postoperative pain relief.

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