Journal of Spine Research and Surgery

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Journal Scope

Journal of Spine Research and Surgery is an open access peer reviewed journal publishes articles on original research works, perspectives, reviews, case reports, commentaries, letters, letters to editor, editorials, opinions and short communications, etc. The journal aims on research and treatment related to the spine and spine surgery.


Journal of Spine Research and Surgery invites researchers, scientists, professors and medical practitioners to submit articles on spine, spine care and surgery to spine. Journal covers the more topics like;

• Spinal Surgery
• Spinal anaesthesia
• Spinal Anatomy
• Spinal Cord
• Spinal Diseases
• Spinal injuries & fractures
• Spinal stenosis
• Spinal tumor
• Spine Disorders
• Spine Pain
• Spine Research
• Spine Studies
• Spine Therapy
• Back Ache
• Cervical spine
• Disc degeneration
• Iliac spine
• Ischial spine
• Kyphoplasty
• Laminectomy
• Lower Back Surgery
• Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
• Neck Sprain
• Osteoporosis
• Piriformis Syndrome
• Sciatic Nerve
• Scoliosis

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Journal Classification

Spinal fusion 
Spinal fusion (spondylodesis or spondylosyndesis) is a neurosurgical or orthopedic surgical strategy that joins at least two vertebrae. This strategy can be performed at any dimension in the spine (cervical, thoracic, or lumbar) and prevents any movement between the intertwined vertebrae. There are numerous sorts of spinal fusion and every strategy includes utilizing bone grafting-either from the patient (autograft), contributor (allograft), or artificial bone substitutes-to enable the bones heals together.
 
Spinal anaesthesia 
Spinal anaesthesia also called spinal anesthesia or spinal block, subarachnoid block, intradural block and intrathecal block is a type of neuraxial local anaesthesia including the injection of a neighborhood analgesic or narcotic into the subarachnoid space, for the most part through a fine needle, normally 9 cm (3.5 in) long. It is a safe and successful type of anesthesia performed by medical caretaker anesthetists and anesthesiologists.
 
Spinal Cord 
The spinal cord is a long, thin, rounded structure made up of nervous tissue that reaches out from the medulla oblongata in the brainstem to the lumbar locale of the vertebral column. It encloses the central canal of the spinal line that contains cerebrospinal liquid. The cerebrum and spinal cord together make up the central nervous system (CNS).
 
Spinal Diseases 
Spinal disease (dorsopathy) alludes to a condition disabling the backbone. These incorporate different ailments of the back or spine ("dorso-"), for example, kyphosis. Dorsalgia alludes to those conditions causing back agony. A model is scoliosis. Some other spinal ailments incorporate spinal muscular atrophy, ankylosing spondylitis, lumbar spinal stenosis, spina bifida, spinal tumors, and osteoporosis and cauda equina syndrome.
 
Spinal injuries and fractures 
A spinal cord injury (SCI) is harm to the spinal cord that causes transitory or perpetual changes in its function. Side effects may incorporate loss of muscle function, sensation, or autonomic function in the parts of the body served by the spinal cord beneath the injury level.
 
Spinal stenosis 
Spinal stenosis is a strange narrowing of the spinal canal or neural foramen that outcomes in pressure on the spinal cord or nerve roots. Symptoms may incorporate agony, numbness, or weakness in the arms or legs. Symptoms are ordinarily progressive in beginning and enhance with bending forwards. Severe symptomss may incorporate loss of bladder control, loss of bowel control, or sexual dysfunction.
 
Spinal tumor 
Spinal tumors are neoplasms situated in the spinal cord. Extradural tumors are more typical than intradural neoplasms. Contingent upon their area, the spinal cord tumors can be extradural or intradural. Pain is the most widely recognized symptom at presentation. The side effects seen are because of spinal nerve pressure and debilitating of the vertebral structure.
 
Spine Pain 
Back pain is pain felt in the back. It is partitioned into neck torment (cervical), middle back agony (thoracic), lower back pain (lumbar) or coccydynia (tailbone or sacral torment) in view of the portion affected. The lumbar territory is the most widely recognized region for torment, as it underpins the majority of the load in the upper body.
 
Spinal cord injury research  
Spinal cord injury research looks for better approaches to fix or treat spinal cord injury to decrease the incapacitating impacts of the damage in the short or long haul. There is no remedy for SCI, and present treatments are generally centered on spinal cord injury rehabilitation and the management of the optional impacts of the condition. Two noteworthy regions of research incorporate neuroprotection and neuroregeneration.
 
Spinal decompression 
Spinal decompression is a surgery process aimed to soothe pressure on the spinal cord or on at least one compacted nerve roots going through or leaving the spinal column. Decompression of the spinal neural components is a key segment in treating spinal radiculopathy, myelopathy and claudication.
 
Degenerative disc disease 
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) or intervertebral disc degeneration is a therapeutic condition (ICD-10-CM M51.35-37) in which there is lost function of shifting degrees of at least one intervertebral discs of the spine. The underlying reason is believed to be loss of solvent proteins inside the liquid contained inside the disc with resultant decrease of the oncotic pressure, which thus causes loss of fluid volume.
 
Iliac spine 
The ilium is a pelvic girdle bone with four bony projections, in which each serves as attachment points for muscles and ligaments that are Anterior superior iliac spine, Anterior inferior iliac spine, Posterior superior iliac spine, Posterior inferior iliac spine.
 
Kyphoplasty 
Vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty are comparative medical spinal techniques in which bone cement is infused through a small hole in the skin (percutaneously) into a fractured vertebra with the objective of soothing back agony caused by vertebral compression fractures. It was observed not to be compelling in treating osteoporosis-related compression fractures of the spine.
 
Laminectomy 
A laminectomy is a surgery that expels a bit of the vertebral bone called the lamina, which is the roof of the spinal canal. It is a noteworthy spine activity with remaining scar tissue and may result in postlaminectomy disorder. Contingent upon the issue, smaller choices, e.g., small endoscopic strategies, without bone evacuation, might be possible.
 
Lumbar Spinal Stenosis 
Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is a medicinal condition in which the spinal canal limits and packs the nerves at the dimension of the lumbar vertebrae. This is more often than not because of the basic event of spinal degeneration that happens with maturing. It can likewise be caused by spinal disc herniation, osteoporosis, a tumor, or injury. In the cervical (neck) and lumbar (low back) area, it can be an inborn condition to differing degrees.
 
Osteoporosis 
Osteoporosis is an expanded bone weakness builds the danger of a broken bone. It is the most widely recognized purpose behind a broken bone among the elderly. Bones that generally break incorporate the vertebrae in the spine, the bones of the lower arm, and the hip. Until a broken bone occurs there are regularly no symptoms. Bones may debilitate to such an extent, to the point that a break may happen with minor pressure or spontaneously.
 

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