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Neurophysiologic Monitoring of Spinal Nerve Root Function During Instrumented Posterior Lumbar Spine Surgery
TLDR
It is suggested that intraoperative electromyographic monitoring provides a real-time measure of impending spinal nerve root injury during instrumented posterior lumbar fusion, allowing for timely intervention and minimization of negative postoperative sequela. Expand
Quadriparesis following cervical epidural steroid injections: case report and review of the literature.
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • The spine journal : official journal of the North…
  • 1 September 2005
TLDR
This case report describes severe adverse effects (quadriplegia and respiratory arrest) associated with an epidural injection into the C6-C7 space and suggests this patient may have suffered a vascular event from a cervical epidural injections. Expand
Neurophysiological monitoring of spinal cord function during instrumented anterior cervical fusion.
TLDR
The results illustrate the potential utility of intraoperative SSEPs and the tceMEPs for detection of changes in spinal cord function related to patient positioning and hemodynamic effects during anterior cervical fusion. Expand
Delayed infection after instrumented spine surgery: case reports and review of the literature.
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • The spine journal : official journal of the North…
  • 1 September 2003
TLDR
A high level of suspicion is needed to diagnose a delayed infection after instrumented spine surgery, and a variety of clinical symptoms were found, but spontaneous drainage appears to be most common. Expand
Anterior cervical instrumentation enhances fusion rates in multilevel reconstruction in smokers.
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • Journal of spinal disorders
  • 1 February 2001
TLDR
Anterior cervical plating markedly improved the fusion rate in smokers and no difference in fusion rates between smokers and nonsmokers was seen. Expand
Neurophysiological Identification of Position-Induced Neurologic Injury During Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery
TLDR
The role of tceMEP and ulnar nerve SSEP monitoring for detecting emerging peripheral nerve injury secondary to positioning in preparation for and during anterior cervical spine surgery is highlighted. Expand
Neurophysiological detection of iatrogenic C-5 nerve deficit during anterior cervical spinal surgery.
TLDR
Transcranial electrical stimulation-induced MEPs and spontaneous EMG activity offer complementary information about evolving iatrogenic C-5 spinal nerve root impairment during anterior cervical spinal surgery. Expand
Outcomes after posterolateral lumbar fusion with instrumentation in patients treated with adjunctive pulsed electromagnetic field stimulation
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • Advances in therapy
  • 2001
Fusion success and clinical outcome were determined in 48 high-risk patients who underwent posterolateral lumbar fusions with internal fixation and were treated with adjunctive pulsed electromagneticExpand
Primary osteogenic sarcoma of the skull.
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • Surgical neurology
  • 1 September 2002
TLDR
The literature of reported cases of primary osteogenic sarcomas of the skull is reviewed to discuss the common clinical presentation, evaluation methods, and recommended treatment plans. Expand
Anterior cervical fusion using Caspar plating: analysis of results and review of the literature.
  • B. Bose
  • Medicine
  • Surgical neurology
  • 1998
TLDR
In selected cases, the Caspar plating system affords an effective means of improving the fusion rate with acceptable instrumentation-related morbidity that improves with experience. Expand
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