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What is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis?

Spinal stenosis is a prevalent spinal disorder in the U.S. and across the globe. In fact, the ...

Thromboprophylaxis in Spinal Surgeries - Common Complication or Rare Condition?

If you’ve been recommended to undergo spinal surgery for chronic back pain, the risk of com...

Can Spinal Stenosis Surgery Be Minimally-Invasive?

Especially in people over the age of 50, spinal stenosis is a prominent cause of chronic ba...

Lumbar Hemilaminectomy Surgery: What's The Difference From Laminectomy?

Many different procedures fall under the umbrella of spinal decompression surgery. Designed...

What Is XLIF?

Thanks to breakthroughs in spinal medicine, patients today can benefit from treatment regimens ...

Differences Between Vascular and Neurogenic Claudication

Claudication is a possible cause of muscular pain, most commonly in the legs. This symptom ...

Does The Term "Flexible Spinal Fusion" Exist in Medicine?

For spinal conditions including spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and degenerative disc d...

Pedicle Screw Systems As An Aid in the Surgical Cure of Spinal Disorders

In certain types of spinal surgery, pedicle screws are an essential tool for strength and s...

Pedicle Screw Placement in Lumbar Spinal Surgeries

Spinal conditions affecting the lower back may be resolved with lumbar spine surgery. When non-...

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