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November 8, 2018/Technology & Innovation

Artificial Intelligence Can Redefine Value-Based Spine Care. It’s Already Starting To

Rationale for our adoption of AI-guided care, plus insights from early experience

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August 22, 2017/Education

What’s a Hybrid Spine Surgery Fellowship, and Why Is It Worth Considering?

Q&A with the director of Cleveland Clinic’s distinctive spine surgery fellowship

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May 20, 2016/Research

Laser Spine Surgery: Panacea, Placebo or Something in Between?

Guidance for counseling patients amid the flurry of marketing

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April 14, 2016/Research

Why Vertebral Fractures Should Loom Large in Early Multiple Myeloma Management

First characterization of myeloma-related fractures’ natural progression

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February 16, 2016/Research

Assessing Thoracic Spine Biomechanics After Decompressive Surgery

An intact rib cage bolsters clinical relevance

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January 9, 2015/Insight & Perspectives

Spine Surgeon Survey Finds Disagreement on Treatment Choices

Results have implications for cost, clinical outcomes

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July 14, 2014/Research

Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2: Friend or Foe?

Jury’s still out on this osteoinductive glycoprotein

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