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Postoperative Radiographic Early-Onset Adjacent Segment Degeneration after Single-Level L4–L5 Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion in Patients without Preoperative Severe Sagittal Spinal Imbalance

Matsuoka Y, Endo K, Suzuki H, Sawaji Y, Nishimura , Takamatsu , Kojima O, Murata K, Seki T, Horie S, Konishi T, Yamamoto K

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To investigate the relationship between preoperative total spinal sagittal alignment and the early onset of adjacent segment degeneration (ASD) after single-level posterior lumbar interbody fusion (PLIF)...
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Effect of Cryotherapy after Spine Surgery

Murata K, Yoshimoto , Takebayashi T, Ida K, Nakano K, Yamashita

STUDY DESIGN: Historical controlled trial. PURPOSE: To clarify the usefulness of cryotherapy after spine surgery. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: Cryotherapy has generally been performed subsequent to surgery on joints and in this application...
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Degradable Gelatin Microspheres as an Embolic Agent: an Experimental Study in a Rabbit Renal Model

Ohta S, Nitta N, Takahashi , Murata K, Tabata Y

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the basic characteristics of degradable gelatin microspheres (GMSs), including their embolic behavior and degradation periods when they are used as embolic materials in the renal arteries of...
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Detectability of Various Sizes of Honeycombing Cysts in an Inflated and Fixed Lung Specimen: the Effect of CT Section Thickness

Nishimoto , Takahashi , Murata K, Kichikawa

OBJECTIVE: We wanted to clarify the relationship between the visibility of air cysts on CT images, the CT slice thickness and the size of the air cysts, with contact radiographs...
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