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Iqbal Shabir Khan, MD
Ortho & Trauma Clinic
Military Medical Academy
Saint Petersburg

About Iqbal Shabir Khan, MD

Dr. Iqbal Shabir Khan is a senior surgical resident in the Vertebrologly Department of the Ortho & Trauma Clinic, Military Medical Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Many of his cases are spinal trauma, degenerative disease, and deformity.

Dr. Khan earned his medical degree at Kharkov State Medical University in Kharkov, Ukraine. He completed his residency at the Ortho & Trauma Clinic in Saint Petersburg and internship at the Government Medical College and associated hospitals in Kashmir, India.

Case Studies Presented by Iqbal Shabir Khan, MD

Monostotic Fibrous Dysplasia with or without Spinal Hemangioma?

Presented by: I. Khan MD

A 17-year-old female presented with upper back pain and no neurological dysfunction.

Unusual Case: Low Back Pain with L1-L3 Degeneration and L1-L2 Instability

Presented by: I. Khan MD

This is an unusual case of a 30-year-old male diagnosed with SAPHO.

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