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The Spine Journal's "impact factor" has steadily grown over the past three years and it continues as the top-rated spine journal, according to a news release.
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According to a study published in Spine, a greater volume of bone cement injected when performing vertebroplasty was positively correlated with better deformity correction outcomes, although it also increased the risk of adjacent level fracture.
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According to a study published in Spine, different anatomic patterns of proximal thoracic curves could cause different altered positions of the esophagus relative to the spine and result in different potential risks of esophageal injuries during thoracic pedicle screw insertion.
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A study published in Spine found that amongst the population having surgery for lumbar stenosis, there has been an uptake in the use of bone morphogenetic proteins but BMP has not related to reduced likelihood of reoperation.
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A study published in Spine found that spinal fusions for scoliosis in patients with Rett Syndrome  can have satisfactory technical results but involve high rates of early postoperative medical problems.
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Spine recently named spine surgeons Scott Boden, MD, and Daryl Fourney, MD, reviewers of the year for completing the best reviews for the journal in 2011.
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