Spinal Surgery News: Monthly news alert July 2016

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News update July 2016

Welcome to your monthly roundup of the latest happenings in the field of spinal surgery, brought to you by Spinal Surgery News. For all the latest news and articles, visit our website www.spinalsurgerynews.com or follow us on twitter @spinalsurgnews. If you have any news, articles or events you would like featured in our publication, please email us at SSN@barkerbrooks.co.uk


Review of the aetiology, diagnosis and management of sacroiliac joint disorders



Stephan Grech and Bob Chatterjee discuss the complex condition of sacroiliac joint pathology and how to manage it.

Stand-alone LLIF lateral cage migration: A case report


Wendy Towers and Khalid Kurtom report on a rare case of a stand-alone lateral cage migration.


More options for personalised medicine


Fraunhofer researchers have developed a particularly flexible additive manufacturing method that allows them to produce bone implants, dentures, surgical tools, or microreactors in almost any conceivable design.

Protective effect of genetically modified cord blood on spinal cord injury in rats


Transplantation of genetically modified cells carrying a transgene has a greater stimulating effect on the regeneration of post-traumatic central nervous system.

Custom-fitted spinal rods may improve outcomes and cut surgery time


Custom fit is the key when it comes to implanted spinal rods; this need is especially great for people who have a spinal deformity such as scoliosis.

Money Matters – Cavendish Medical: Have you considered passing on your pension to loved ones?


After countless negative changes in recent years, saving into pensions has become popular again thanks to the so-called freedoms granted by the Chancellor last April, says Simon Bruce.


13–16 September 2016 – BOA Annual Congress


BOA will be building an exciting programme at the Belfast Waterfront based on ‘Clinical Leadership and Engagement’

23 September 2016,  A third masterclass in intra-operative
neuro-monitoring for spinal surgery


A second masterclass in Oswestry looking at intra-operative neuro-monitoring for spinal surgery in association with Neuromonitoring UK. This course is for anaesthetists, surgeons, spinal injury physicians and clinical neurophysiologists.

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