International Journal of Spine Vol 1 | Issue 2 | September-December  2016

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Taking IJS Ahead
Dr. Ketan Khurjekar, Dr Shailesh Hadgaonkar, Dr Ashok K Shyam

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.129


Guest Interview

Interview with Dr Rajasekaran: Part I
Dr S Rajasekaran

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.121


Thoracolumbar Spinal Injuries:  Evolution of Understanding of fracture Mechanics and Management Options
Dr Shailesh Hadgaonkar , Dr Ketan Khurjekar

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.130


Thoracolumbar Fractures – “Changing Perspectives”.
Dr  Raghava D.Mulukutla

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.126


Thoracolumbar Fractures: Classification and Clinical Relevance
Dr Ajoy Prasad Shetty , Dr Srikanth Reddy Dumpa , Dr S Rajasekaran

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.128


Management of Pathological Vertebral Collapse in Elderly
Dr Rajesh Parasnis, Dr  Alpesh Thumbadiya, Dr Sachin Pathak, Dr Shantanu Patil

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.131


Treatment Algorithm For Unstable Burst Fracture
Dr Ketan Khurjekar , Dr Himanshu Kulkarni , Dr Mayur Kardile

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.134


Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Options in Management of Thoracolumbar Fractures- Indications and Surgical Techniques
Dr Arvind Kulkarni , Dr Sameer Ruparel

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.136


Paraplegic Rehabilitation in Asia A Thoracolumbar Injuries – Options and Recent Advances
Dr Kalidutta Das , Dr Ansari Md. Neshar

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.138


Recent Literature in Thoracolumber Fracture
Dr Kunal Shah, Dr Ashok Shyam (Online only Article)

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An epidemiological study from a tertiary care hospital in Asian subcontinent on Traumatic cervical injuries: How is the injury pattern and what are the implications?

Dr Dhiraj Vithal Sonawane, Dr Ganesh Yeotiwad, Dr Ajay Chandanwale, Dr Swapnil Keny, Dr Abhijeet Salunke,
Dr Ambarish Mathesul, Dr Eknath Pawar

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.140



Cervical Ossified Posterior Longitudinal Ligament
Dr Kunal Shah, Dr Manish Kothari, Dr Abhay Nene

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.143


Case Report 

Primary disseminated Hydatid disease of the vertebral body and paraspinal region
Dr Tyagi S K, Dr Mediratta Sunit

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doi: 10.13107/ijs.2456-1177.144