Dear colleagues and friends,
We’re thrilled to present the most recent edition of the Brain & Spine Journal, which highlights our top Editor’s Choice articles for April. Our Editors-in-Chief, Frank Kanziora and Wilco Peul, have handpicked these papers for their remarkable advancements in neuroscience and spine health, and we’re confident that they’ll captivate our readers. Whether you’re a medical practitioner, scientist, or just keen to stay abreast of the latest progress in these domains, these engaging articles are not to be missed.
Enjoy the selection!
When spinal instrumentation revision is not an option: Salvage vertebral augmentation with polymethylmethacrylate for mechanical complications: A systematic review
Derek T. Cawley, Kiran Divani, Roozbeh Shafafy, Aiden Devitt, Sean Molloy
Guanti bianchi technique for resection of selected pituitary adenomas
Juan F. Villalonga, Matias Burroni, Gianluca L. Fabozzi, Domenico Solari, Alvaro Campero, Paolo Cappabianca, Luigi M. Cavallo
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Thank you for your continued support of the Brain & Spine Journal.
Wilco Peul and Frank Kandziora
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