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The Spectrum of Clinical and Urodynamic Findings in Patients with Spinal Tuberculosis Exhibiting Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, before and after Spinal Surgical Intervention with Antitubercular Treatment: A Prospective Study

Shrivastava N, Singh P, Nayak B, Garg B

STUDY DESIGN: Observational study. PURPOSE: This study aims to assess the clinical and urodynamic parameters in patients with spinal tuberculosis (TB) exhibiting lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) at the time of...
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A Case of Cervical Pott's Disease Presenting as Huge Retropharyngeal Abscess

Jung SM, Park SG, Seo HW, Ji YB

Tuberculous spondylitis, also known as Pott's disease, is a disease involving the spine with progressive destruction. It most commonly involves the thoracic and lumbosacral spine and may result in severe...
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Extended Posterior Decompression and Instrumented Fusion for Spinal Tuberculosis

Kunakornsawat S, Philawuth , Piyaskulkaew C, Pruttikul , Pluemvitayaporn T, Kittithamvongs P

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective cohort. PURPOSE: To evaluate clinical outcomes, including pain and neurologic status, and to evaluate radiographic outcomes of patients treated with extended posterior decompression, posterior fixation, and fusion in...
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Role of Whole-Spine Screening Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Short Tau Inversion Recovery or Fat-Suppressed T2 Fast Spin Echo Sequences for Detecting Noncontiguous Multiple-Level Spinal Tuberculosis

Siddiqui M, Sartaj S, Rizvi SW, Khan MJ, Khan IA

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective review. PURPOSE: The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the role of whole-spine screening using short tau inversion recovery (STIR) or fat-suppressed T2W fast spin echo...
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Isoliquiritigenin attenuates spinal tuberculosis through inhibiting immune response in a New Zealand white rabbit model

Wang W, Yang B, Cui Y, Zhan Y

Spinal tuberculosis (ST) is the tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infections in spinal curds. Isoliquiritigenin 4,2′,4′-trihydroxychalcone, ISL) is an anti-inflammatory flavonoid derived from licorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis), a Chinese traditional...
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Most Reliable Time in Predicting Residual Kyphosis and Stability: Pediatric Spinal Tuberculosis

Moon MS, Kim SJ, Kim MS, Kim DS

STUDY DESIGN: A case study. PURPOSE: To assess the chronological changes of the disease-related kyphosis after chemotherapy alone, secondly to clarify the role of growth cartilage in the healed lesion on...
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Functional and Radiological Outcomes of Anterior Decompression and Posterior Stabilization via Posterior Transpedicular Approach in Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Pott's Disease: A Retrospective Study

Singh S, Dawar H, Das K, Mohapatra , Prasad S

STUDY DESIGN: This is a retrospective study. PURPOSE: To determine the efficacy and safety of a posterior transpedicular approach with regard to functional and radiological outcomes in people with thoracic and...
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Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Spinal Tuberculosis

Moon MS, Kim SS, Moon HL, Kim DH

Even in an era of remarkable medical advances, there is an issue of why tuberculosis remains in the list of disastrous diseases, afflicting humans and causing suffering. There has not...
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Evaluation of Outcome of Transpedicular Decompression and Instrumented Fusion in Thoracic and Thoracolumbar Tuberculosis

Jain A, Jain RK, Kiyawat V

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective analysis. PURPOSE: We evaluated the functional, neurological, and radiological outcome in patients with thoracic and thoracolumbar tuberculosis operated through the transpedicular approach. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: For surgical treatment of...
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Spinal Tuberculosis in Children: Predictable Kyphotic Deformity after Cure of the Tuberculosis

Moon MS, Kim DH, Kim SJ, Moon H, Kim SS, Kim SS

PURPOSE: To assess the chronological changes of disease-related kyphosis after chemotherapy alone. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A total of 101 children aged 2 to 15 years with spinal tuberculosis, accompanied by various...
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Evaluation of Outcome of Posterior Decompression and Instrumented Fusion in Lumbar and Lumbosacral Tuberculosis

Jain A, Jain R, Kiyawat V

BACKGROUND: For surgical treatment of lumbar and lumbosacral tuberculosis, the anterior approach has been the most popular approach because it allows direct access to the infected tissue, thereby providing good...
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Multifocal Extensive Spinal Tuberculosis Accompanying Isolated Involvement of Posterior Elements: A Case Report

Shin DE, Lee SJ, Kwon YW, Ahn TK

STUDY DESIGN: A case report. OBJECTIVES: To report a rare case of atypical spinal tuberculosis. SUMMARY OF LITERATURE REVIEW: In spinal tuberculosis, non-contiguous multifocal involvement and isolated involvement of posterior elements of...
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Management of Tuberculous Infection of the Spine

Kandwal P, G V, Jayaswal A

Spinal tuberculosis accounts for nearly half of all cases of musculoskeletal tuberculosis. It is primarily a medical disease and treatment consists of a multidrug regimen for 9-12 months. Surgery is...
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Comparison of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings between Pathologically Proven Cases of Atypical Tubercular Spine and Tumour Metastasis: A Retrospective Study in 40 Patients

Mittal S, Khalid M, Sabir AB, Khalid S

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To note the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) differences between pathologically proven cases of atypical spinal tuberculosis and spinal metastasis in 40 cases. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Spinal tuberculosis,...
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Impact on Neurological Recovery of Transforaminal Debridement and Interbody Fusion versus Transpedicular Decompression in Combination with Pedicle Screw Instrumentation for Treating Thoracic and Lumbar Spinal Tuberculosis

Sudprasert W, Choovongkomol K, Piyapromdee U, Leownorasate M

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To compare the neurological outcome of transforaminal debridement and interbody fusion with transpedicular decompression for treatment of thoracic and lumbar spinal tuberculosis. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Few articles...
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Response to: Computed Tomography-Guided Biopsy for Potts Disease: An Institutional Experience from an Endemic Developing Country

Waqas M, Najmuddin , Alvi MA, Bari ME

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Letter to the Editor: Computed Tomography-Guided Biopsy for Potts Disease: An Institutional Experience from an Endemic Developing Country

Bangalore Kantharajanna S, Mahajan R

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Results of Single-Staged Posterior Decompression and Circumferential Fusion Using a Transpedicular Approach to Correct a Kyphotic Deformity due to Thoracolumbar Spinal Tuberculosis

Dalal S, Modi J, Soman S, Patel H, Dhanani S

STUDY DESIGN: This is a prospective study. PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate the results of single-staged posterior decompression and circumferential fusion using a transpedicular approach to correct...
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Surgical Management in Elderly Patients with Tuberculous Spondylodiscitis: Ten Year Mortality Audit Study

Kothari MK, Shah KC, Tikoo A, Nene AM

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To evaluate the factors affecting immediate postoperative mortality in elderly patients with tuberculous spondylodiscitis. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Treatment of spinal tuberculosis in the elderly involves consideration of...
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging and GeneXpert: A Rapid and Accurate Diagnostic Tool for the Management of Tuberculosis of the Spine

Sharma A, Chhabra HS, Mahajan R, Chabra T, Batra S

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to analyze various diagnostic tools, including GeneXpert, for the management of tuberculosis of the spine. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Traditional diagnostic methods...
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