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David G. Anderson, MD

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. The Effect of Substance P on an Intervertebral Disc Rat Organ Culture Model
  2. The Economic Implications of an Incidental Durotomy
  3. Critical evaluation of article. Minimally invasive TLIF leads to increased muscle sparing of the multifidus muscle but not the longissimus muscle compared with conventional PLIF-a prospective randomized clinical trial
  4. Intervertebral Disc Cells Produce Interleukins Found in Patients with Back Pain
  5. Clinical and radiographic degenerative spondylolisthesis (CARDS) classification
  6. Substance p receptor antagonist suppresses inflammatory cytokine expression in human disc cells
  7. Population average T2 MRI maps reveal quantitative regional transformations in the degenerating rabbit intervertebral disc that vary by lumbar level
  8. Radiographic variables that may predict clinical outcomes in cervical disk replacement surgery
  9. National trends in the use of fusion techniques to treat degenerative spondylolisthesis
  10. Fibronectin fragments and the cleaving enzyme ADAM-8 in the degenerative human intervertebral disc
  11. Neurologic injury because of trauma after Type II odontoid nonunion
  12. What is the rate of lumbar adjacent segment disease after percutaneous versus open fusion?
  13. CCN2 suppresses catabolic effects of interleukin-1β through α5β1 and αVβ3 Integrins in nucleus pulposus cells: Implications in intervertebral disc degeneration
  14. Value analysis of minimally invasive spine surgery
  15. Nuances of Percutaneous Thoracolumbar Pedicle Screw Fixation
  16. Patient and surgical factors associated with postoperative urinary retention after lumbar spine surgery
  17. Fluoroscopic Techniques in MIS Surgery
  18. Differential gene expression in anterior and posterior annulus fibrosus
  19. Radiation Safety
  20. Reducing radiation exposure in spinal surgery