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September 19, 2023

Check out the September issue of NASSJ

The latest issue of NASSJ has just been released, offering an array of insightful contributions to the field of spine care.

The latest edition of NASSJ delivers a comprehensive compilation of research articles, clinical studies, and scholarly reviews, all aimed at providing NASS members with cutting edge knowledge in the spine care field.

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NASSJ September 2023 Table of Contents

Special Issue on: Advances in Spinal Regenerative Therapies; Edited by Takashi Kaito

Neuroplasticity and regeneration after spinal cord injury

Clinical Studies

Laminoplasty versus laminectomy with fusion for treating multilevel degenerative cervical myelopathy

Longitudinal assessment of annular fissures of the cervical spine: overlooked and static

Effect of vitamin D deficiency on surgical outcomes of degenerative cervical myelopathy

Expected motor function change following decompressive surgery for spinal metastatic disease

Validation and reliability of the Persian version of the Zurich Claudication Questionnaire in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis

The use of robot-assisted surgery for the unstable traumatic spine: A retrospective cohort study

An algorithm for selection of full endoscopic approach for symptomatic nerve root decompression

Posterior oblique technique for sacroiliac joint fusion leads to greater pain relief and similar improvement in function compared to the lateral technique: A retrospective, comparative study

Clinical Case Studies

Case report: Tuberculosis recall on bone graft patient

Multidisciplinary management of recurrent synovial sarcoma of the chest wall

Bilateral psoas release for long standing hip-spine syndrome: surgical technique and case report

Acute spinal cord compression in the setting of chronic extramedullary hematopoiesis of the thoracic spine

Systematic Reviews /Meta-analyses

The use of deep learning in medical imaging to improve spine care: A scoping review of current literature and clinical applications

Finite element modeling of the human cervical spinal cord and its applications: A systematic review

Practice of Spine Care

Isolated thoracic and lumbar transverse process fractures: Do they need spine surgeon evaluation? a high volume level I trauma center experience with cost analysis