Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
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Pedicle screw accuracy assessment in ExcelsiusGPS® robotic spine surgery: evaluation of deviation from pre-planned trajectory

Chinese Neurosurgical J 4(23), 2018

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Does the accuracy of pedicle screw placement differ between the attending surgeon and resident in navigated robotic-assisted minimally invasive spine surgery?

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Pedicle screw accuracy in clinical utilization of minimally invasive navigated robot assisted spine surgery

J Robot Surg Jul 19 [Epub ahead of print], 2019

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Evaluation of two novel integrated stand-alone spacer designs compared with anterior and anterior-posterior single-level lumbar fusion techniques: an in vitro biomechanical investigation

Asian Spine J 11(6):854–862, 2017

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Static versus expandable interbody spacers: preliminary 1-year clinical and radiographic results

J Clin Neurol Neurosurg Spine 1(1):113, 2017.

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Static versus Expandable Interbody Spacers: Final 2-Year Clinical and Radiographic Results

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Expandable titanium interbody spacer via lateral approach improves radiographic and clinical outcomes: a 2-year follow-up study.

Li et al. J Spine Aug 2 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

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Comparative effectiveness of expandable versus static interbody spacers via MIS LLIF: a 2-year radiographic and clinical outcomes study.

Li et al. Global Spine J Oct 29 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

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Laterally placed expandable interbody spacers with adjustable lordosis improve radiographic and clinical outcomes. 1-year clinical and radiographic results.

J Spine S8:001, 2019

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Laterally placed expandable interbody spacers improve radiographic and
clinical outcomes: A 1-year follow-up study

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Rod Link Reducer Feely et al. 2019.

Use of a novel corrective device for correction of deformities in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis

Ir J Med Sci May 18 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

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Rod Link Reducer Zhang et al. 2019

A novel posterior rod-link-reducer system provides safer, easier, and better correction of severe scoliosis

Spine Deform 7(3):445–453, 2019.