Open access
Open access
Powered by Google Translator Translator


Impact of patient-reported symptom information on lumbar spine MRI Interpretation

21 Feb, 2021 | 21:36h | UTC

Impact of Patient-Reported Symptom Information on Agreement in the MRI Diagnosis of Presumptive Lumbar Spine Pain Generator – American Journal of Roentgenology

Commentaries: Talking to Patients About Pain Can Improve Lumbar Spine MRI Interpretation – Diagnostic Imaging AND Impact of patient-reported symptom information on lumbar spine MRI Interpretation – American Roentgen Ray Society


Commentary on Twitter


Cohort study: Risk factors associated with transition from acute to chronic low back pain

17 Feb, 2021 | 01:21h | UTC

Risk Factors Associated With Transition From Acute to Chronic Low Back Pain in US Patients Seeking Primary Care – JAMA Network Open


Commentary on Twitter


RCT: Among children with Myelomeningocele, long term results confirm the benefits of prenatal repair compared to standard postnatal repair

10 Feb, 2021 | 01:28h | UTC

Prenatal Repair and Physical Functioning Among Children With Myelomeningocele: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial – JAMA Pediatrics (free for a limited period)

Editorial: Long-term Outcomes of Children After Fetal Surgery for Spina Bifida—Toward Sustainability – JAMA Pediatrics (free for a limited period)

Commentaries: Spina Bifida Repair: The Sooner the Better – Physician’s Weekly AND Prenatal Myelomeningocele Repair Tied to Better Function – HealthDay


Commentary on Twitter


Meta-analysis: Little benefit from antidepressants for the treatment of back pain and osteoarthritis

22 Jan, 2021 | 08:27h | UTC

Efficacy and safety of antidepressants for the treatment of back pain and osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta-analysis – The BMJ

Commentary: Do antidepressants help back pain and osteoarthritis? – University of Sidney AND Antidepressants largely ineffective for back pain and osteoarthritis – The BMJ

Editorial: Antidepressants for musculoskeletal pain – The BMJ


Commentary on Twitter


Randomized Trial: Single-Fraction vs. Multifraction Radiotherapy for Spinal Canal Compression from Metastatic Cancer

4 Dec, 2019 | 08:18h | UTC

Effect of Single-Fraction vs Multifraction Radiotherapy on Ambulatory Status Among Patients With Spinal Canal Compression From Metastatic Cancer: The SCORAD Randomized Clinical Trial – JAMA (free for a limited period)

Commentary: One dose of radiotherapy as effective as five doses for cancer in the spine – University College London (free)


Stay Updated in Your Specialty

No spam, just news.