John A. Glaser

Erika L Manning1
Jong T Kim1
Kathleen A Hogan1
Woojin Cho1
Francis H Shen1
1Erika L Manning
1Jong T Kim
1Kathleen A Hogan
1Woojin Cho
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DESIGN Independent retrospective review of a single surgeon's experience with a new technique of SI fixation. OBJECTIVE Examine results of percutaneous fixation of the SI joint with porous coated triangular titanium implants. BACKGROUND Diagnosis and treatment of a dysfunctional sacroiliac joint is challenging as well as controversial. Recently,(More)
BACKGROUND CONTEXT Translaminar screws can be a good salvage technique in some cases of severe deformities, infection, tumor, osteoporosis, and revision cases with altered anatomy. To our knowledge, the insertion technique for translaminar screws in the thoracic spine has not been studied. PURPOSE To suggest a safe insertion technique of translaminar(More)
Weakness of the neck extensors can lead to "dropped head syndrome", a condition of progressive cervical kyphosis in which a patient is unable to hold their head up against the force of gravity. This condition can be associated with structural abnormalities of the spine as found in ankylosing spondylitis and vertebral fractures. Neuromuscular disorders, such(More)
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