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Jeffrey A. Rihn, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
5th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(800) 321-9999

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Radiographic variables that may predict clinical outcomes in cervical disk replacement surgery
  2. Effectiveness of surgery for lumbar stenosis and degenerative spondylolisthesis in the octogenarian population: Analysis of the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT) data
  3. National trends in the use of fusion techniques to treat degenerative spondylolisthesis
  4. Clinical and radiographic degenerative spondylolisthesis (CARDS) classification
  5. Neurologic injury because of trauma after Type II odontoid nonunion
  6. What is the rate of lumbar adjacent segment disease after percutaneous versus open fusion?
  7. Cost-effectiveness, QALYs, and incremental cost-effectiveness ratios
  8. Minimally invasive versus open posterior lumbar interbody fusion: A systematic review
  9. Reducing radiation exposure in spinal surgery
  10. Cervical laminectomy width and spinal cord drift are risk factors for postoperative C5 palsy
  11. Disc space preparation in transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion: A comparison of minimally invasive and open approaches
  12. Adjacent segment disease in the lumbar spine following different treatment interventions
  13. Epidemiology of Spinal Injuries in Sports
  14. In response
  15. Defining the value of spine care
  16. Preoperative delay of more than 1 hour increases the risk of surgical site infection
  17. What is the incidence of dysphagia after posterior cervical surgery?
  18. Comparison of open and minimally invasive techniques for posterior lumbar instrumentation and fusion after open anterior lumbar interbody fusion
  19. Change in angular alignment is associated with early dysphagia after anterior cervical diskectomy and fusion
  20. Epidural steroid injections are associated with less improvement in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis: A subgroup analysis of the spine patient outcomes research trial
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