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    Dear Cyrus and Dr. Osman: Based on Dr. Osman's excellent commentary and pointing out that the pain is on the right side and the expansile appearance of the pars interarticularis is on the left side, stimulated ...

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    Dear Dr. Lorch: It has been 10 months since you posted this interesting case. Has the patient returned for evaluation and what did the MRA of the gluteal vessels reveal? ------------------------------ ...

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    Dear SpineConnect Colleagues: If you are planning to attend the NASS Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida from Oct 25-29, please consider joining me and four of your SpineConnect colleagues who are presenting ...

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    Sintomatic patients with spondilolisis and none or minimal listhesis could heal with surgery, what is the meaning of orthopedical treatment when there is none possibilities of spontaneous healing.  To ...

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    This is a 8 year old male patient with a first consultation in February 2015. Previous medical history of VACTERL syndrome, imperforate anus (treated with surgery) partial sacral and complete coxis agenesia. ...

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    Quiet a challenging case. I think paraparesis is the most urgent clinical finding to address. Whether due to thoracic or upper lumbar stenosis, a thorough correlation of her neurological findings would ...

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    Members can now create their own communities on SpineConnect, inviting colleagues to participate in a private group. Communities can be practice-based, for alumni of training programs or for any other purpose! NASS members can create communities to discuss cases or other career-related discussions at www.spine.org/MemberCommunity.

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