The Infectious Diseases Society of America released the first United State's guideline on vertebral osteomyelitis, according to Medscape.

2. 6 notes on Dr. Carl Lauryssen's move to NeuroTexas

Written by Megan Wood | Friday, 31 July 2015 00:00
NeuroTexas welcomed board-certified spine surgeon Carl Lauryssen, MD, to its team. He will hold appointments and perform surgeries at Lakeway Regional Medical Center, bolstering the center's neurological presence in Central Texas. Lakeway Regional Medical will be at the frontline of clinical trials in neurosurgery.
The Congress of Neurosurgeons annual meeting will include several accomplished keynote speakers.
A new study published in The Spine Journal examines the learning curve for spine surgeons performing minimally invasive decompression.
Here are ten spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news this past week.
Spine surgery programs seeking The Joint Commission's specialty certification must complete the following procedures, according to The Joint Commission.
Here six spine surgeons discuss where they see the spine industry heading in the next five to 10 years.
A review published in Journal of Neurosurgery rated the academic publishing output of faculty at neurosurgical residency programs in the United States.
Here are nine things for spinal surgeons to know for July 30, 2015
Spine surgeon Steven Cyr, MD, created a comic book with super heroes based on the muscular and skeletal systems, according to a WGXA.TV report.
A new study published in Anesthesiology found high-frequency spinal cord stimulation is more effective than low-frequency spinal cord stimulation.
A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics examines whether rhBMP-2 in pediatric patients increases cancer risk. 
CMS honored Oklahoma Surgical Hospital with a five-star rating, according to GTR Newspapers. Oklahoma Surgical Hospital offers orthopedic, neurosurgery, general surgery, urology, gynecology and ENT services.
The first implantations of the STALIF MIDLINE II-Ti from Centinel Spine were performed in Texas and Florida.
A new article published in The Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques examines adjacent segment degeneration for two-level anterior cervical discectomy, comparing fusion with standalone cages and fusion with cage and plate constructs.
A study published in Neurosurgery found patient satisfaction ratings following surgery for spinal degenerative disease are attributed to procedure's effectiveness, according to News Medical.
Providence Regional Medical Center Everett (Wash.) named Martin C. Holland, MD, as chief of neurosurgery and the neuroscience program, according to HeraldNet.

18. Gender-specific spines found in newborns: 5 key points

Written by Megan Wood | Monday, 27 July 2015 00:00
Researchers found gender-differing spines in men and women develop at birth rather than over time, based on a study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, according to Softpedia.
A new study published in The Journal of Spinal Disorders and Techniques examines cervical kyphosis correction outcomes and complications. 
A new study published in Spine compares spinal fusion with rhBMP-2 and without rhBMP2.
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