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    • Is There a Patient Profile That Characterizes a Patient With Adult Spinal Deformity as a Candidate for Minimally Invasive Surgery? 

      Shaffrey, Christopher; Eastlack, Robert K; Mundis, Gregory M; Wang, Michael; Mummaneni, Praveen V; Uribe, Juan; Okonkwo, David; ... (14 authors) (Global spine journal, 2017-10)
      Retrospective review.The goal of this study was to evaluate the baseline characteristics of patients chosen to undergo traditional open versus minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for adult spinal deformity (ASD).A multicenter ...
    • Peak Timing for Complications After Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery. 

      Shaffrey, Christopher; Daniels, Alan H; Bess, Shay; Line, Breton; Eltorai, Adam EM; Reid, Daniel BC; Lafage, Virginie; ... (22 authors) (World neurosurgery, 2018-07)
      Overall complication rates for adult spinal deformity (ASD) surgery have been reported; however, little data exist on the peak timing associated with specific complications. This study quantifies the peak timing for multiple ...
    • The MISDEF2 algorithm: an updated algorithm for patient selection in minimally invasive deformity surgery. 

      Than, Khoi; Shaffrey, Christopher; Mummaneni, Praveen V; Park, Paul; Wang, Michael Y; Uribe, Juan S; Fessler, Richard G; ... (18 authors) (Journal of neurosurgery. Spine, 2019-10-25)
      OBJECTIVE:Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) can be used as an alternative or adjunct to traditional open techniques for the treatment of patients with adult spinal deformity. Recent advances in MIS techniques, including advanced ...