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A Survey on the Short-term Outcome of Microlumbar Discectomy with General versus Spinal Anesthesia

Dashtbani , Dori MM, Hassani M, Omidi-Kashani F

BACKGROUND: Surgery on the lower thoracic and lumbosacral spine is possible with both general and spinal anesthesia, but most spine surgeons are reluctant to perform the surgery with spinal anesthesia....
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Failure Rate of Spine Surgeons in Preoperative Clinical Screening of Severe Psychological Disorders

Omidi-Kashani F, Faridhoseini F, Ariamanesh S, Kazar MH, Baradaran

BACKGROUND: The surgeon's attention to the patient's underlying psychological state is essential to attaining desired outcomes. We aimed to investigate the prevalence and severity of psychological disorders in patients undergoing...
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Ten Important Tips in Treating a Patient with Lumbar Disc Herniation

Omidi-Kashani F, Hejrati H, Ariamanesh S

Lumbar disc herniation is a common spinal disorder that usually responds favorably to conservative treatment. In a small percentage of the patients, surgical decompression is necessary. Even though lumbar discectomy...
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Radiologic and Clinical Outcomes of Surgery in High Grade Spondylolisthesis Treated with Temporary Distraction Rod

Omidi-Kashani F, Hootkani A, Jarahi L, Rezvan M, Moayedpour A

BACKGROUND: Surgical techniques used in the treatment of patients with high grade lumbar spondylolisthesis (> 50% slippage) are usually associated with a great deal of controversies. We aim to evaluate...
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Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Who Should Be Fused? An Updated Review

Omidi-Kashani F, Hasankhani EG, Ashjazadeh A

Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is mostly caused by osteoarthritis (spondylosis). Clinically, the symptoms of patients with LSS can be categorized into two groups; regional (low back pain, stiffness, and so...
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Sciatica in a Five-Year-Old Boy

Omidi-Kashani F, Hasankhani EG, Rafeemanesh E

The prevalence of back pain during childhood is 50%; in 22% of these cases, a specific diagnosis can be found. Osteoid osteoma is a rare benign tumor that occursonly in...
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Comparison of Functional Outcomes following Surgical Decompression and Posterolateral Instrumented Fusion in Single Level Low Grade Lumbar Degenerative versus Isthmic Spondylolisthesis

Omidi-Kashani F, Hasankhani EG, Rahimi MD, Khanzadeh

BACKGROUND: The two most common types of surgically treated lumbar spondylolisthesis in adults include the degenerative and isthmic types. The aim of this study was to compare the functional outcomes...
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Lumbar Spondylolysis and Spondylolytic Spondylolisthesis: Who Should Be Have Surgery? An Algorithmic Approach

Omidi-Kashani F, Ebrahimzadeh MH, Salari S

Lumbar spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis are common spinal disorders that most of the times are incidental findings or respond favorably to conservative treatment. In a small percentage of the patients, surgical...
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Comment on: Sciatica in the Young

Omidi-Kashani F, Hasankhani EG, Rafeemanesh E

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Posterior Surgery Alone in the Treatment of Post-traumatic Kyphosis by Posterior Column Osteotomy, Spondylodesis, Instrumentation, and Vertebroplasty

Omidi-Kashani F, Hasankhani EG, Ebrahimzadeh MH, Kachooei A, Heidari H

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To determine if posterior surgery alone can satisfactorily treat post-traumatic kyphosis (PTK). OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: One of the worst complications of vertebral fractures is PTK. The type...
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Treatment Outcomes of Open Pelvic Fractures Associated with Extensive Perineal Injuries

Hasankhani EG, Omidi-Kashani F

BACKGROUND: The main causes of death in patients with open pelviperineal injuries are uncontrollable bleeding and pelvic sepsis. The aim of this study was to evaluate the management outcomes of...
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