Spinal News International Issue 49 – November 2018

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Highlights:

  • Costs curbing the rise of robotics in spinal surgery
  • Augmented reality surgical navigation technology enables high accuracy pedicle screw placement
  • Eurospine audience sceptical of digital learning’s potential in spinal surgery training
  • Scoliosis Research Society president Todd Albert’s half-day pre-course meeting at SRS transformed the conversation about physician burnout into international action, sparking similar courses worldwide
  • Christopher Bono writes about combating the rise in predatory publishing
  • Jill Wright Donaldson provides a neurosurgeon’s experience with PEEK-OPTIMA HA Enhanced devices
  • Profile: Donna Ohnmeiss

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