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Christopher K. Kepler, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(267) 339-3500

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. National trends in the use of fusion techniques to treat degenerative spondylolisthesis
  2. Revision Surgery for Failed Cervical Spine Reconstruction
  3. Clinical and radiographic degenerative spondylolisthesis (CARDS) classification
  4. Neurologic injury because of trauma after Type II odontoid nonunion
  5. CCN2 suppresses catabolic effects of interleukin-1β through α5β1 and αVβ3 Integrins in nucleus pulposus cells: Implications in intervertebral disc degeneration
  6. Unstable Jefferson fractures: Results of transoral osteosynthesis
  7. Reducing radiation exposure in spinal surgery
  8. Deviation analysis of C1-C2 transarticular screw placement assisted by a novel rapid prototyping drill template: A cadaveric study
  9. Cervical laminectomy width and spinal cord drift are risk factors for postoperative C5 palsy
  10. Deviation analysis of atlantoaxial pedicle screws assisted by a drill template
  11. The argument against surgery for symptomatic low back pain
  12. Effect of type II odontoid fracture nonunion on outcome among elderly patients treated without surgery: Based on the AOSpine north america geriatric odontoid fracture study
  13. AOSpine thoracolumbar spine injury classification system: Fracture description, neurological status, and key modifiers
  14. Substance p stimulates production of inflammatory cytokines in human disc cells
  15. Adjacent segment disease in the lumbar spine following different treatment interventions
  16. An organ culture system to model early degenerative changes of the intervertebral disc II: Profiling global gene expression changes
  17. Complication rates of minimally invasive spine surgery compared to open surgery: A systematic literature review
  18. Preoperative delay of more than 1 hour increases the risk of surgical site infection
  19. Neurological deficit due to cement extravasation following a vertebral augmentation procedure
  20. Response