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Chordomas are rare malignant tumors of the spinal column often afflicting the upper cervical spine and sacrum. There are few large single center series on chordomas due to its rarity. The purpose of this study is to report a single center's experience with the operative and non-operative management of chordomas.
Giant cell tumors (GCTs) of the bone are benign but locally aggressive. Pediatric spine giant-cell tumors (PSGCTs) have been infrequently reported in the literature because of the rarity of the disease.
Retrospective cohort study.
Cranial radiation exposure during instrumented spine surgery is not well documented. We set out to measure this risk to the patient, surgeon, surgical resident, and scrub technician during these procedures.
There is considerable variability in patient-reported outcome measures (PROM) following surgery for lumbar disk herniation (LDH). Individualized prediction tools that are derived from center- or even surgeon-specific data could provide valuable insights for shared decision-making.
Osteoblastoma (OBL) in the mobile spine is a benign tumor with aggressive potential. There is not much published information on OBL of the mobile spine as a result of rarity of the disease. There are controversies over the aggressive subtype and prognostic factors of the condition.
Epidemiological study of prevalence, carried out at Center for Drug Addiction of the center of addictions of Nou Barris (Barcelona, Spain) during 2013-2016 in order to know the prevalence of tuberculin test reactivity (TTR) and its predictive factors in drug-dependent population.
To evaluate the influence of anterior fusion option on the short- and long-time outcomes on multilevel spinal reconstructions in young children.
The spine is an anatomically complex system with numerous degrees of freedom. Due to this anatomical complexity, it is likely that multiple motor control options exist to complete a given task.
Anarchist neo-Malthusianism is increasingly receiving historiographical attention. This article deals with the following question: Did early anarchist neo-Malthusianism in Barcelona have anything to do with eugenics? To what extent, and how? To answer this, the article examines the transnational nature of the anarchist movement, in which cities played an essential role. This is shown in the strong connection between the Barcelona group and the French one, which had inherited the teachings of Paul Robin. The...
Incidental durotomy (ID) is one of the most common intraoperative complications seen in spine surgery. Conflicting evidence has been presented regarding whether or not outcomes are affected by the presence of an ID.
A retrospective, longitudinal cohort study.
To analyse the epidemiology and genetic evolution of PMEN3 (Spain9V-156), a penicillin-non-susceptible clone of Streptococcus pneumoniae, causing invasive pneumococcal disease (IPD) in Barcelona during 1987-2016.
Answer to the Letter to the Editor of V. B. Safer et al. concerning "Analysis of skeletal muscle mass in women over 40 with degenerative lumbar scoliosis" by Eguchi Y et al. (Eur Spine J; 2018: doi:10.1007/s00586-018-5845-0).
Answer to the Letter to the Editor concerning "The association of back muscle strength and sarcopenia-related parameters in the patients with spinal disorders" by Toyoda H, et al. (Eur Spine J; doi.org/10.1007/s00586-018-5858-8).
No consensus exists for defining chronic preoperative opioid use. Most spine studies rely solely on opioid duration to stratify patients into preoperative risk categories.
Altered spine kinematics are a common in people with LBP. This may be especially true for populations such as dancers, who are required to perform repetitive movements of the spine, although this remains unclear.
Prescription opioid abuse is a public health emergency. Opioid prescriptions for spine patients account for a large proportion of use. Some states have implemented statutory limits on prescribers, however it remains unclear whether such laws are effective.
To describe the epidemiology of acute/recent HIV infection over two decades in Barcelona (Spain).
We present a rare case of Paget's disease (PD) with involvement of the lumbar spine over a period of 19 years. We discuss the diagnostic process to rule out alternative diagnoses and medical and surgical treatment strategies.
Previous studies have found an association between mental illness and poor outcomes in spine surgery, but little is known about the effects of depression and/or anxiety on the adult spinal deformity population. In addition, most relevant studies exclusively focused on the lumbar spine and had relatively small patient sizes.
To develop a novel nomogram for predicting survival of patients with spine metastasis from colorectal cancer (SMCRC) based on the clinical characteristics and prognostic factors.
Diabetes is a highly prevalent comorbid condition among patients undergoing spine surgery. Several studies have used legacy patient-reported outcome measures to implicate diabetes as a predictor of increased disability, pain, and decreased physical function and quality of life following spine surgery. The effect of diabetes on postoperative physical function has not yet been studied using the PROMIS Physical Function Computer Adaptive Test (PF CAT).