EUROSPINE 2017

The 'Best of Show' and Award Papers

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The "Best of Show" and Award Papers

Chairs:
Michael Ogon, Vienna, Austria
Björn Rydevik, Gothenburg, Sweden

 

The highest scored abstract submissions

The 2017 Best Podium Award will be evaluated out of the presentations 62-67 of this session.

The audience is asked to vote via the EUROSPINE App.

 

Programme

10:30 - Paper Presentations
See below!

11:20 - Winner of 2016/2017 Grammar/European Spine Journal Award
THE EFFECT OF SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY ON LUMBAR SPINE BIO- MECHANICS: AN IN VITRO STUDY
Cory J. Laws, Britta Berg-Johansen, Alan R. Hargens, Jeffrey C. Lotz
EuroSpine Journal (2016) 25:2889-2897

11:30 - Max Aebi Award for Clinical Sciences
INCIDENCE OF CANCER IN ADOLESCENT IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS PATIENTS TREATED 25 YEARS PREVIOUSLY
Simony A, Hansen EJ, Christensen SB, Carreon LY, Andersen MO
EuroSpine Journal (2016) 25:336-3370

11:40 - Announcement of the Best Podium Award

11:45 - EUROSPINE's Education Activities
Bernhard Meyer, Munich, Germany

 

Papers

62: DISC WALL STRUCTURAL ABNORMALITIES MAY ACT AS INITIATION SITES FOR HERNIATION

Kelly Wade, Nikolaus Berger-Roscher, Marija Josipovic, Volker Rasche, Fabio Galbusera, Hans-Joachim Wilke

Institute of Orthopaedic Research and Biomechanics, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany

 

64: PREDICTIVE SCORES UNDERESTIMATE SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS WITH SPINAL METASTATIC DISEASE

Christian Carrwik, Yohan Robinson

Department of Surgical Sciences, Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden

 

65: NATURAL HISTORY OF LUMBAR DEGENERATIVE KYPHOSIS WITH CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT - DO CLINICAL SYMPTOMS AND RADIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS PROGRESS?

Whoan Jeang Kim, Kun Young Park, Jae Won Lee, Shann Haw Chang, Kyung Hoon Park

Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Eulji University Hospital, Daejeon, South Korea

 

66: IS PREOPERATIVE DURATION OF SYMPTOMS A SIGNIFICANT PREDICTOR OF FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING SURGERY FOR THE TREATMENT OF DEGENERATIVE CERVICAL MYELOPATHY?

Lindsay Tetreault, Jefferson Wilson, Mark Kotter, Pierre Côté, Aria Nouri, Branko Kopjar, Paul Arnold, Michael Fehlings

Toronto Western Hospital, Department of Neurosurgery; University College Cork, School of Medicine, Toronto, Canada

 

67: NO LONG TIME BENEFIT FROM FUSION IN DECOMPRESSIVE SURGERY FOR LUMBAR SPINAL STENOSIS. 5 YEAR-RESULTS FROM THE SWEDISH SPINAL STENOSIS STUDY, A MULTICENTER RCT OF 233 PATIENTS

Peter Försth, Thomas Carlsson, Bengt Sandén, Karl Michaelsson

Department of Orthopedics, Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden

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