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1.  Pelvic Incidence as a Determinant for Chronic Low Back Pain: Few Comments 
Asian Spine Journal  2015;9(1):149-150.
doi:10.4184/asj.2015.9.1.149
PMCID: PMC4330212  PMID: 25705349
4.  Commentary on Lumbar Lordosis in Chronic Mechanical Back Pain 
Asian Spine Journal  2015;9(1):147-148.
doi:10.4184/asj.2015.9.1.147
PMCID: PMC4330211  PMID: 25705348
5.  Eleven Levels of Spinous Process Fractures in Thoracolumbar Spine 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(6):852-855.
Cases of over 5-level spinous process fractures are extremely rare. Thoracolumbar region of spine is superimposed on ribs; and as such additional studies such as computerized tomography are needed to diagnose fractures in this region. We report a case of 11 contiguous level thoracolumbar spinous process fractures, which has been treated conservatively.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.6.852
PMCID: PMC4278995  PMID: 25558332
Multilevel spinous process fractures; Thoracolumbar spine
7.  Comment on: Sciatica in the Young 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(5):704.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.5.704
PMCID: PMC4206825  PMID: 25346828
10.  Comments on Brown Tumor of Cervical Spines 
Asian Spine Journal  2015;9(3):493-494.
doi:10.4184/asj.2015.9.3.493
PMCID: PMC4472603  PMID: 26097670
11.  Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy as a Complication of an Anterior Approach for Cervical Spine Surgery 
Asian Spine Journal  2015;9(2):295-298.
A recurrent laryngeal nerve injury is known as a complication referring to an anterior cervical spine surgery. However, hypoglossal nerve injury is not well known yet. Herein we report a rare case of a 39-years-old male with a hypoglossal nerve injury after C3/4 osteophyte resection with Smith-Robinson approach. In this case there appeared difficulties of articulation and tongue movement with deviation of the tongue to the left side after the surgery and we diagnosed a hypoglossal nerve injury due to retraction against the nerve during the operation. During the operative approach to the upper cervical spine we had to retract the internal carotid artery and the soft tissue to reach the vertebrae. This retract was the cause of the hypoglossal nerve injury. A gently traction and intermittent release is important to avoid a hypoglossal nerve damage.
doi:10.4184/asj.2015.9.2.295
PMCID: PMC4404548  PMID: 25901245
Hypoglossal nerves; Cervical vertebrae
18.  Sciatica in the Young 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(5):703.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.5.703
PMCID: PMC4206824  PMID: 25346827
20.  Giant Chordoma of the Upper Thoracic Spine with Mediastinal Involvement: A Surgical Challenge 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(3):353-356.
Thoracic chordomas are very rare malignant tumours originating from notochordal remnants. These tumours develop within a vertebral body and enlarge involving the mediastinal compartment. Because of their slow-growing attitude, they become symptomatic only when they invade or compress the spinal cord and/or mediastinal organs. We present a rare case of a thoracic spine chordoma presenting with increasing paraparesis with a huge mediastinal component which was surgically debulked to decompress the spinal cord and medistinal organs.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.3.353
PMCID: PMC4068856  PMID: 24967050
Chordoma; Spine; Bone neoplasms; Mediastinum; Surgery
21.  Management of Pyogenic Discitis 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(3):391.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.3.391
PMCID: PMC4068862  PMID: 24967056
22.  Answer to the Topic "Management of Pyogenic Discitis" 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(3):392.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.3.392
PMCID: PMC4068863  PMID: 24967057
23.  Cervical Perineural Cyst Masquerading as a Cervical Spinal Tumor 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(2):202-205.
Tarlov (perineural) cysts of the nerve roots are common and usually incidental findings during magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbosacral spine. There are only a few case reports where cervical symptomatic perineural cysts have been described in the literature. We report such a case where a high cervical perineural cyst was masquerading as a cervical spinal tumor.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.2.202
PMCID: PMC3996346  PMID: 24761204
Tarlov's cysts; Perineural cyst; Spinal cyst; spine; Cervical spine
24.  Tuberculosis of Sacrum 
Asian Spine Journal  2014;8(1):112.
doi:10.4184/asj.2014.8.1.112
PMCID: PMC3939363  PMID: 24596614

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