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Trending Articles: January 2021

Last Updated: January 11, 2021

What follows is a collaborative effort between the Neurosurgical Atlas and leading publishers of neurosurgical literature to provide you with a concise list of newly released articles that are most frequently accessed. Participating journals are listed in alphabetical order with a quick navigation link available in the table below.

WORLD NEUROSURGERY Editor's Choice

Partnership with the WORLD NEUROSURGERY journal took a different form such that the Editor's choice articles will instead be presented. A quick navigation link is available in the table below.

JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY

JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY: PEDIATRICS

JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY: SPINE

  1. The association between patient rating of their spine surgeon and quality of postoperative outcome
  2. Spinal laser interstitial thermal therapy: single-center experience and outcomes in the first 120 cases
  3. Lumbar alignment and patient-reported outcomes after single-level transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion for degenerative lumbar spondylolisthesis with and without local coronal imbalance
  4. 5-ALA fluorescence for intraoperative visualization of spinal ependymal tumors and identification of unexpected residual tumor tissue: experience in 31 patients
  5. Spinal pathologies and management strategies associated with cervical angina (pseudoangina): a systematic review
  6. Multicenter assessment of surgical outcomes in adult spinal deformity patients with severe global coronal malalignment: determination of target coronal realignment threshold
  7. Experience with an Enhanced Recovery After Spine Surgery protocol at an academic community hospital
  8. Correlation of vertebral trabecular attenuation in Hounsfield units and the upper instrumented vertebra with proximal junctional failure after surgical treatment of degenerative lumbar disease
  9. Surgical results of nonambulatory patients caused by ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligaments in the thoracic spine: retrospective comparative study between posterior decompression and instrumented spinal fusion versus anterior decompression through a posterior approach
  10. Predicting postoperative quality-of-life outcomes in patients with metastatic spine disease: who benefits?

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WORLD NEUROSURGERY Editor's Choice

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