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January 24, 2023


Most Read NASSJ Articles Published During 2022


NASSJ is NASS’ open access scholarly journal. Among the NASSJ articles published during 2022, the top 10 most read are shown below. All these articles and more can be found on nassopenaccess.org.

  1. The efficacy of bactrim in reducing surgical site infections after spine surgery
  2. The sitting vs standing spine
  3. Four-level anterior versus posterior cervical fusions: Perioperative outcomes and five-year reoperation rates Outcomes after four-level anterior versus posterior cervical procedures
  4. Is there an association between lumbosacral epidural lipomatosis and lumbosacral epidural steroid injections? A comprehensive narrative literature review
  5. Novel use of robotics and navigation for anterior lumbar total disc replacement surgery
  6. Template guided cervical pedicle screw instrumentation
  7. Opioid use prior to surgery is associated with worse preoperative and postoperative patient reported quality of life and decreased surgical cost effectiveness for symptomatic adult spine deformity: A matched cohort analysis
  8. Educational impact of early COVID-19 operating room restrictions on neurosurgery resident training in the United States: A multicenter study
  9. Anterior lumbar spinal fusion surgery associated with lower risk of stroke, pneumonia, and infection compared to posterior lumbar spinal fusion surgery
  10. Cranio-cervical decompression associated with non-instrumented occipito-C2 fusion in children with mucopolysaccharidoses: Report of twenty-one cases

Most Read NASSJ Articles since Launch

The top 10 most read NASSJ articles published since the journal launched are shown below. All these articles and more are available fully open access at: nassopenaccess.org.

  1. Bladder management in patients undergoing spine surgery: An assessment of care delivery
  2. Aggressive L3 vertebral hemangioma coexisting with adult thoracolumbar scoliosis: Case report
  3. Sacroiliac joint fusion in patients with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome: A case series
  4. Prospective, randomized, multicenter study of intraosseous basivertebral nerve ablation for the treatment of chronic low back pain: 24-month treatment arm results
  5. The efficacy of bactrim in reducing surgical site infections after spine surgery
  6. Tranexamic acid dosing strategies and blood loss reduction in multilevel spine surgery: A systematic review and network meta-analysis Tranexamic acid for multilevel spine surgery
  7. The sitting vs standing spine
  8. The role of the plastic surgeon in wound repair after spinal surgery
  9. Four-level anterior versus posterior cervical fusions: Perioperative outcomes and five-year reoperation rates Outcomes after four-level anterior versus posterior cervical procedures
  10. Is there an association between lumbosacral epidural lipomatosis and lumbosacral epidural steroid injections? A comprehensive narrative literature review
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