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September 14, 2011
 
FEATURED CASE STUDY
Presented by: Paul Kraemer, MD and Shyam Kishan, MD
This is an exceptional case of a 17-year-old male who presented with thoracolumbar deformity; 78° of kyphosis from T9 to L1. He stumbles while walking quickly. Discussion by Christopher R. Good, MD.
Review the entire case, decide treatment, and comment
3D CT reconstruction; thoracolumbar spine
3D CT reconstruction; TL spine
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FEATURED CME EVENT
The Pines Lodge, Beaver Creek, CO21th Annual Dr. Tom Lowe Spine Symposium
14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
January 13-16, 2012
The Pines Lodge, Beaver Creek, CO


The interactive sessions and complex spine surgery cases paired with the scenic location have proven to be a favorite among surgeons for over 20 years. The diverse and experienced faculty will debate relevant spine challenges in the areas, including cervical DDD, adult deformity, MIS techniques, aging spine, multi-level lumbar DDD, cervical deformity, emerging issues, and complications.
Register Online Register and book your housing early as space will fill rapidly!
FREE ONLINE CME PROGRAMS
TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
AMEDICA/US SPINE at CNS in October
Visit Booth #1106
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