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Spinemonitor - eNewsletter for Spine Professionals

New Case Study: Atlanto-occipital Dislocation after a Crane Accident

02/02/2009 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, Gerard J. Girasole, MD presents cervical myelopathy in a pediatrician.  Thomas Mroz, MD from the Cleveland Clinic discusses the case and includes his observations and treatment preference.

New Case Study: Atlanto-occipital Dislocation after a Crane Accident

01/14/2009 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, Howard S. An, MD discusses a high morbidity case of atlanto-occipital dislocation resulting from a crush injury.

New Case Study: Postsurgical Radicular and Neuropathic Pain; 3rd Annual Controversies in Spine Surgery Course - New CME Event

12/17/2008 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD presents neurofibromatosis in a young male, who previously underwent tumor excision. Specialists Howard S. An, MD and George I.

New Case Study: Postsurgical Radicular and Neuropathic Pain; 3rd Annual Controversies in Spine Surgery Course - New CME Event

11/26/2008 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, a postoperative patient presents with new leg pain. The case is presented by Jason M. Highsmith, MD with informative treatment discussion by Gerard Malanga, MD.

New Spinal Case Study by Christopher Shaffrey, MD: Traumatic Sacral Dislocation

11/12/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor, Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD presents a traumatic case of sacral fracture and dislocation. Jason M. Highsmith, MD discusses the patient's complex sacral fracture and treatment. Dr Shaffrey's closing case commentary provides additional treatment details. BETA version of interactive patient intake form released for professionals. Call for a walk-through and how you can add this to your practice today, 973-783-0330.

2 New Cases: Adult Scoliosis: Progressive Back Pain in a 26-Year-old Male; New Sponsored Technology Case: Cervical and Bilateral Arm Pain

10/29/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features two original cases.  Timothy R. Kuklo, MD, JD presents an interesting case of degenerative scoliosis in an elderly woman.  John J. Carbone, MD discusses Dr. Kuklo’s case and the patient’s level of disability.  Larry T. Khoo, MD presents trans-sacral fusion of L5-S1 spondylolisthesis.  Reginald Q. Knight, MD comments on this less invasive surgical option.

2 New Cases: S1 Failure in an Elderly Female; New Sponsored Technology Case: Debilitating Back Pain with Neurogenic Claudication

10/14/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features two original cases and a new online CME opportunity.  Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD presents S1 failure in an elderly female who underwent prior fusion at another institution.  Lawrence G. Lenke, MD provides an extensive discussion of Dr. Shaffrey’s case.  Neel Anand, MD, Mch Orth presents our technology case involving treatment of debilitating back pain with neurogenic claudication.  Harel Deutsch, MD highlights some of the treatment challenges.

2 New Cases: Adult Scoliosis: Progressive Back Pain in a 26-Year-old Male; New Sponsored Technology Case: Cervical and Bilateral Arm Pain

09/24/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features two original cases. Jeffrey C. Wang, MD presents a young man with a previous history of discectomy. Howard S. An, MD comments on Dr. Wang's case and offers his viewpoint on treatment options. A novel concept in treating cervical and bilateral arm pain is presented by Randy F. Davis, MD with case discussion by Todd Albert, MD.

New Case: Adult Scoliosis: Progressive Lower Extremity Radicular Pain; New Sponsored Technology Case Study

09/10/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features two original cases.  First, Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD presents adult scoliosis with progressive lower extremity radicular pain.  Steven R. Garfin, MD discusses Dr. Shaffrey’s case, including his suggested treatment.  Next, Kevin T. Foley, MD presents treatment of lumbar herniation.  Richard D. Guyer, MD provides case commentary.

Two New Cases: Cervical DDD with Myelopathy & Increasing Back and Leg Pain, Quadricep Weakness

08/27/2008 -

First, Richard G. Fessler, MD, PhD presents cervical degenerative disease — with myelopathy? You decide. Vincent Traynelis, MD discusses Dr.

Two New Cases: Cervical Trauma Resulting in Quadriplegia and Intractable Chronic Pain in Patient with Post-laminectomy Syndrome

08/13/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor presents two different cases. First, Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD presents cervical trauma resulting in immediate quadriplegia. Marcel F. S. Dvorak, MD, FRCSC and Lali Sekhon, MD, PhD, FRACS, FICS provide the case discussion.

New Case: Gait and Balance Difficulties in a 76-Year-old Male

07/23/2008 -

Richard G. Fessler, MD, PhD presents a compelling case of a patient whose severe gait and balance difficulties require him to rely on a wheelchair.

New Case: Lumbar Herniation with Radiculopathy

07/09/2008 -

Timothy R. Kuklo, MD, JD presents a 42-year-old patient with Lumbar Herniation. James S.

New Case: Cervical Trauma in a Young Football Player

06/25/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features a trauma case from Christopher I. Shaffrey, MD with case discussion by Richard G. Fessler, MD.

Two New Patient Cases: Bilateral L2 Spondylolysis: Nonsurgical or Surgical Treatment?; Cervical Degenerative Changes with Segmental Kyphosis

06/11/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features a case from Michael P. Schaefer, MD about bilateral lumbar spondylolysis, which could be treated with or without surgery.

Two New Patient Cases: High-speed Motor Vehicle Accident; Lumbar Radicular Symptoms in a 24-Year-old Male

05/28/2008 -

Featured in today’s spinemonitor is a MVA / trauma case by Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD and D. Greg Anderson, MD with discussion by Neel Anand, MD, Mch Orth. In our first sponsored technology case, Mitchell A. Hardenbrook, MD presents an interesting alternative to traditional lumbar discectomy with commentary by Larry T. Khoo, MD.

New Patient Case: Spontaneous Low Back Pain, Radiculopathy and Weakness in a 28-Year-old

05/14/2008 -

This edition of spinemonitor features a fascinating case of spontaneous low back pain and radiculopathy that could be treated with or without surgery. This case is presented by Faisel M. Zaman, MD, FAAPMR, ABPM with discussions by Michael J. DePalma, MD and Jason M. Highsmith, MD. Dr. Zaman provides his concluding comments.

New Patient Case: Cervical Radiculopathy: Classic Case?

04/23/2008 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, cervical radiculopathy is presented by Richard G. Fessler, MD, PhD. Is it a classic case? You decide, then select your treatment preference and see the voting outcomes. Todd Albert, MD and Gerard J. Girasole, MD discuss the case.

New Patient Case: Competitive Equestrienne - Incapacitating Low Back Pain

04/09/2008 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, we highlight Richard G. Fessler, MD, PhD’s case of a competitive equestrienne with incapacitating low back pain. Jeffrey Wang, MD provides case commentary, including his treatment recommendation.

New Spine Case Study: Discitis and Osteomyelitis in a 63-Year-old Male.

03/26/2008 -

In this edition of spinemonitor, Choll Kim, MD presents an interesting case of discitis and osteomyelitis in an older man. Case discussion is provided by James S. Harrop, MD and Harel Deutsch, MD.

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