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The Intermediate Clinical Outcome and Its Limitations of Bryan Cervical Arthroplasty for Treatment of Cervical Disc Herniation
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Cervical arthroplasty had a good intermediate clinical outcome for oriental patients, with significant neurological symptom improvement observed, and there was some difficulty for exact matched implant in small group patients owing to the variation of anatomic index in Asian patients. Expand
Cervical Disk Replacement Combined With Cage Fusion for the Treatment of Multilevel Cervical Disk Herniation
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Definite stabilization and satisfactory mobility were achieved after cervical disk replacement and cage fusion, and disk replacement combined with adjacent segment cage fusion may be an option for the treatment of multilevel cervical disk disease for certain patients. Expand
[Clinical study on lumbar spondylolisthesis treated by minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion].
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Comparing with open TLIF, minimally invasive TLIF is a safe and reliable procedure for treatment of lumbar spondylolisthesis grade 1 and 2 with potential advantages. Expand
[Traumatic responses following microendoscopic discectomy: clinical analysis of 44 patients].
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Both MED and open discectomy show good clinical outcomes in treatment of single level lumbar disk herniation, however, the less responses of serum IL-6, CRP, and CK show that the MED procedure is less traumatic. Expand
Ultrasonic-assisted extraction process of crude polysaccharides from Yunzhi mushroom and its effect on hydroxyproline and glycosaminoglycan levels.
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Yunzhi polysaccharides could be beneficial for treatment of bone degenerative diseases, as indicated by results of chemical composition and absorption spectra. Expand
Operative treatment for cervical fracture and dislocation with blunt unilateral vertebral artery injury.
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Reliable anterior operation can produce good results for cervical fracture and dislocation with unilateral vertebral artery injury and Detecting the course of uninjured vertebra artery before operation and locating the anatomical site during operation are effective to avoid damaging vertebral arteries of unin injured side. Expand
Acute traumatic cervical cord injury in patients with os odontoideum
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Patients with asymptomatic or myelopathic atlantoaxial instability secondary to os odontoideum are at risk for acute spinal cord injury after minor traumatic injury and fixation and fusion should be undertaken as prophylactic treatment for patients at risk of developing myelopathy. Expand
[The clinical comparison of microendoscopic lumbar diskectomy with and without preservation of the ligamentum flavum].
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The ligamentum flavum preservation technique enable the surgeons to preserve the natural barrier and is feasible to perform METRx, and it is helpful in reducing the epidural fibrosis. Expand
The Comparative Study of Magnetic Resonance Angiography Diagnosis and Pathology of Blunt Vertebral Artery Injury
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The 2-D time-of-flight MRA is an effective diagnostic method for blunt vertebral artery injury and may have difficulties differentiating spasm, small disruption of the intima from others under certain conditions. Expand
Cells scaffold complex for Intervertebral disc Anulus Fibrosus tissue engineering: in vitro culture and product analysis
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This study demonstrates the successful formation of Intervertebral disc Anulus Fibrosus in vitro by static culture method. Expand
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