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Bibliography of Growing Spine Research

GROWING SPINE BIBLIOGRAPHY (AKBARNIA)

1. AKBARNIA, B.A., ASHER, M., HESS, F. AND WAGNER, T.: SAFETY OF THE PEDICLE SCREW IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH SCOLIOSIS AND KYPHOSIS. ORTHOPAEDIC TRANSACTIONS, 22:1 P.252, 1998.

2. AKBARNIA, B.A., MCCARTHY, R.E.: PEDIATRIC ISOLA INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. IN SPINAL INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES, MACCARTHY, R.E (ED): SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY, 1998.

3. AKBARNIA, B.A., MARKS, D., PEREZ-GRUESO, F., MCCARTHY, R., THOMPSON, A.G., BOACHIE-ADJEI, O., AND RAISZADEH, K.: INSTRUMENTATION WITH LIMITED FUSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. 32ND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY, SAN DIEGO, SEPTEMBER 23-25, 1999.

4. AKBARNIA, B.A. AND MARKS, DS: INSTRUMENTATION WITH LIMITED ARTHRODESIS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. SPINE: STATE OF THE ARTS REVIEWS, VOL. 14, NO. 1. PHILADELPHIA, HANLEY & BELFUS, 2000.

5. AKBARNIA, B.A., MARKS, D.S., PEREZ-GRUESO, F.S., MCCARTHY, R.E., THOMPSON, A.G., BOACHIE-ADJEI, O., AND RAISZADEH, K.: INSTRUMENTATION WITH LIMITED ARTHRODESIS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, FEBRUARY 28-MARCH 4, 2001.

6. AKBARNIA, B., MARKS D.S., ET AL: DUAL ROD INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION IN THE TREATMENT OF EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. 37TH ANNUAL MEETING, SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 18- 21, 2002. (BEST CLINICAL POSTER)

7. AKBARNIA, B.A., THE CHALLENGE OF EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS. SCOLIOSIS ASSOCIATION BACK TALK, VOL.26 NO. 3, 2003. The Challenge of Early Onset Scoliosis

8. AKBARNIA, B.A., MARKS D.S., BOACHIE-ADJEI, O. ET AL: DUAL ROD INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY-ONSET SCOLIOSIS. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS ANNUAL MEETING, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 5-9, 2003.

9. AKBARNIA B.A., MARKS, D.S., BOACHIE-ADJEI, O., THOMPSON, A.G. AND ASHER, M.: DUAL ROD POSTERIOR INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS: A MULTICENTER STUDY. SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY, 38TH ANNUAL MEETING, QUEBEC CITY, CANADA. SEPTEMBER 9-13, 2003. View Here

10. AKBARNIA, B.A.: DUAL ROD INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION UPDATE: INTERNATIONAL PAEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SYMPOSIUM. CORONADO, CALIFORNIA. DECEMBER 4-7, 2003

11. BAGHERI, R., OKA, R., MAHAR A, KOSTIAL, P AND AKBARNIA, B.A.: STABILITY OF FOUNDATIONS: A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY OF THE DUAL GROWING ROD TECHNIQUE. ORTHOPAEDIC RESEARCH SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. MARCH 7,2004.

12. AKBARNIA B.A., MARKS, D.S., BOACHIE-ADJEI, O., THOMPSON, A.G. AND ASHER, M.: DUAL ROD POSTERIOR INSTRUMENTATION WITHOUT FUSION FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE EARLY ONSET SCOLIOSIS: A MULTICENTER STUDY; THE PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDIC SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA ANNUAL MEETING. ST. LOUIS MISSOURI, APRIL 30, 2004

13. BAGHERI, R., OKA, R., MAHAR A, KOSTIAL, P AND AKBARNIA, B.A.: STABILITY OF FOUNDATIONS: A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY OF THE DUAL GROWING ROD TECHNIQUE. 11th IMAST MEETING, SOUTHMPTON, BERMUDA, JULY 1-3, 2004

14. SPONSELLER, P, AKBARNIA, BA AND THOMPSON, G: GROWING RODS FOR INFANTILE MARFAN SCOLIOSIS. SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY PRE-MEETING CME COURSE ON INNOVATIVE TREATMENT OPTION IN SPINE SURGERY. BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA SEPTEMBER 6, 2004

15. THOMPSON, G., AKBARNA, BA, KOSTIAL, P ET AL: COMPARISON OF SINGLE VS DUAL GROWING RODS. SCOLIOSIS RESEARCH SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, SEPTEMBER 9, 2004

GENERAL AND PULMONARY BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. GOLDBERG CJ, ET AL: RESPIRATORY FUNCTION AND COSMESIS AT MATURITY IN INFANTILE-ONSET SCOLIOSIS. SPINE 28:2397-2406, 2003.

2. CAMPBELL RM JR ET AL: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THORACIC INSUFFICIENCY SYNDROME ASSOCIATED WITH FUSED RIBS AND CONGENITAL SCOLIOSIS. JBJS 85-A:339-408, 2003.

3. CAMPBELL RM JR ET AL: THE EFFECT OF THORACOSTOMY ON THORACIC INSUFFICIENCY SYNDROME WITH FUSED TIBS AND SCOLIOSIS. JBJS 86-A:1659-1674, 2004.

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5. PEHRSSON K ET AL: LONG TERM FOLLOW UP OF PATIENTS WITH UNTREATED SCOLIOSIS. A STUDY OF MORTALITY, CAUSES OF DEATH, AND SYMPTOMS. SPINE 17:1091-6, 1992

6. LONG FR AND CASTILE RG: TECHNIQUE AND CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF FULL-INFLATION AND END-EXHALATION CONTROLLED-VENTILATION CHEST CT IN INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN. PEDIATR RADIOL 31:413-22, 2001.

7. BEREND N: ARREST OF ALVEOLAR MULTIPLICATION IN KYPHOSCOLIOSIS. PATHOLOGY II: 485-491, 1979.

8. GALLOGLY S, SMITH JT, WHITE SK ET AL: THE VOLUME OF LUNG PARENCHYMA AS A FUNCTION OF AGE: A REVIEW OF 1050 NORMAL CT SCANS OF THE CHEST WITH THREE-DIMENSIONAL VOLUMETRIC RECONSTRUCTION OF THE PULMONARY SYSTEM. SPINE 29: 2061-2066, 2004