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1079.pdf.jpg15-Jul-2015Adult Spinal Deformity Patients Recall Fewer Than 50% of the Risks Discussed in the Informed Consent Process Preoperatively and the Recall Rate Worsens Significantly in the Postoperative PeriodSaigal, Rajiv; Clark, Aaron J; Scheer, Justin K; Smith, Justin S; Bess, Shay; Mummaneni, Praveen V; McCarthy, Ian M; Hart, Robert A; Kebaish, Khaled M; Klineberg, Eric O; Deviren, Vedat; Schwab, Frank; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Ames, Christopher P
2016 SJ Volume 16 Issue 2 February (52).pdf.jpg2016The benefit of nonoperative treatment for adult spinal deformity : identifying predictors for reaching a minimal clinically important differenceLiu, Shian; Diebo, Bassel G; Henry, Jensen K; Smith, Justin S; Hostin, Richard; Cunningham, Matthew E; Mundis, Gregory; Ames, Christopher P; Burton, Douglas; Bess, Shay; Akbarnia, Behrooz; Hart, Robert; Passias, Peter G; Schwab, Frank J; Lafage, Virginie
2016 ESJ Volume 25 Issue 8 August (32).pdf.jpg2016A comparative analysis of the prevalence and characteristics of cervical malalignment in adults presenting with thoracolumbar spine deformity based on variations in treatment approach over 2 yearsJalai, Cyrus M; Passias, Peter G; Lafage, Virginie; Smith, Justin S; Neuman, Brian J; Scheer, Justin K; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Bess, Shay; Schwab, Frank; Ames, Christopher P; Spine, International; Group, Study
2017 Spine Volume 42 Issue 13 July (10).pdf.jpg2017Comparison of the Full CohortGomez, Jaime A; Lafage, Ã Virginie; Scuibba, Daniel M; Bess, Shay; Jr, Gregory M Mundis; Liabaud, Barthelemy; Hanstein, Regina; Shaffrey, Ã Christopher; Kelly, Michael; Ames, Ã Ã Christopher; Smith, Justin S; Passias, Peter G
2016 SPINE Volume 41 Issue 22 November (6).pdf.jpg2016Development of Validated Computer Based Pre-operative Predictive Model for Proximal Junction Failure (PJF) or Clinically Significant PJK with 86% Accuracy Based on 510 ASD Patients with 2-year Follow-up.Scheer, Justin K; Osorio, Joseph A; Smith, Justin S; Schwab, Frank; Lafage, Virginie; Hart, Robert A; Bess, Shay; Line, Breton; Diebo, Bassel G; Protopsaltis, Themistocles S; Jain, Amit; Ailon, Tamir; Burton, Douglas C; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Klineberg, Eric; Ames, Ch
2016 SPINE Volume 41 Issue 14 July (14).pdf.jpg2016Effect of Antifibrinolytic Therapy onEvents, Thromboembolic; Soroceanu, Alex; Oren, Ã Jonathan H; Smith, Justin S; Hostin, Richard; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Mundis, Gregory M; Ames, Christopher P; Burton, Douglas C; Bess, Ã Ã Shay; Gupta, Munish C; Deviren, Vedat; Schwab, Frank J; Lafage, Virginie; Errico
2017 Neurosurgery Volume 80 Issue 5 May (4).pdf.jpg2017The Health Impact of Adult Cervical Deformity in Patients Presenting for Surgical Treatment : Comparison to United States Population Norms and Chronic Disease States Based on the EuroQuol-5Smith, Justin S; Bess, Shay; Kim, Han Jo; Mundis, Gregory; Kelly, Michael; Hart, Robert
2017 Neurosurgery Volume 81 Issue 1 July (4).pdf.jpg2017The Health Impact of Adult Cervical Deformity in Patients Presenting for Surgical Treatment : Comparison to United States Population Norms and Chronic Disease States Based on the EuroQuol-5Smith, Justin S; Bess, Shay; Kim, Han Jo; Mundis, Gregory; Kelly, Michael; Hart, Robert
2017 Neurosurgery Volume 80 Issue 5 May (4).pdf.jpg2017The Health Impact of Adult Cervical Deformity in Patients Presenting for Surgical Treatment : Comparison to United States Population Norms and Chronic Disease States Based on the EuroQuol-5Smith, Justin S; Bess, Shay; Kim, Han Jo; Mundis, Gregory; Kelly, Michael; Hart, Robert
2017 Neurosurgery Volume 81 Issue 1 July (4).pdf.jpg2017The Health Impact of Adult Cervical Deformity in Patients Presenting for Surgical Treatment : Comparison to United States Population Norms and Chronic Disease States Based on the EuroQuol-5Smith, Justin S; Bess, Shay; Kim, Han Jo; Mundis, Gregory; Kelly, Michael; Hart, Robert
2016 SPINE Volume 41 Issue 17 September (14).pdf.jpg2016Hospital Readmission Within 2 Years Following Adult Thoracolumbar Spinal Deformity SurgeryPassias, Peter G; Klineberg, Ã Eric O; Jalai, Cyrus M; Worley, Ã Nancy; Poorman, Gregory W; Line, Ã Breton; Oh, Cheongeun; Burton, Ã Douglas C; Kim, Han Jo; Sciubba, Daniel M; Hamilton, D Kojo; Ames, Ã Ã Christopher P; Smith, Justin S; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Lafage,
Spinejournal 2017 Volume 17 Issue 1 January  (14).pdf.jpg2017Impact of cost valuation on cost-effectiveness in adult spine deformity surgeryGum, Jeffrey L; Hostin, Richard; Robinson, Chessie; Kelly, Michael P; Carreon, Leah Yacat; Polly, David W; Bess, R Shay; Burton, Douglas C; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Smith, Justin S; Lafage, Virginie; Schwab, Frank J; Ames, Christopher P; Glassman, Steven D; Spine, Inte
2017 SpineJournal Volume 17 Issue 10 October (8).pdf.jpg2017Importance of patient-reported individualized goals when assessing outcomes for adult spinal deformity ( ASD ): initial experience with a Patient Generated Index ( PGI )Scheer, Justin K; Keefe, Malla; Lafage, Virginie; Kelly, Michael P; Bess, Shay; Burton, Douglas C; Hart, Robert A; Jain, Amit; Lonner, Baron S; Protopsaltis, Themistocles S; Hostin, Richard; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Smith, Justin S; Schwab, Frank; Ames, Christopher P
S121.pdf.jpgJan-2015Maintenance of radiographic correction at 2 years following lumbar pedicle subtraction osteotomy is superior with upper thoracic compared with thoracolumbar junction upper instrumented vertebraScheer, Justin K; Lafage, Virginie; Smith, Justin S; Deviren, Vedat; Hostin, Richard; McCarthy, Ian M; Mundis, Gregory M; Burton, Douglas C; Klineberg, Eric; Gupta, Munish; Kebaish, Khaled; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Bess, Shay; Schwab, Frank; Ames, Christopher P
2016 SPINE Volume 41 Issue 22 November (7).pdf.jpg2016Medical Complications After Adult Spinal Deformity SurgerySoroceanu, Alex; Burton, Douglas C; Oren, Jonathan Haim; Smith, Justin S; Hostin, Richard; Shaffrey, Christopher I; Akbarnia, Behrooz A; Ames, Christopher P; Errico, Thomas J; Bess, Shay; Gupta, Munish C; Deviren, Vedat; Schwab, Frank J; Lafage, Virginie
2016 SPI Volume 41 Issue 7 April (14).pdf.jpg2016A Multicenter Comparison of Inpatient Resource Use for Adult Spinal Deformity SurgeryHostin, Richard; Robinson, Ã Chessie; Brien, Michael O; Ames, Ã Christopher; Schwab, Frank; Smith, Justin S; Lafage, Virginie; Gupta, Munish; Hart, Robert; Burton, Ã Ã Douglas; Bess, Shay; Schaffrey, Christopher
2016 SPI Volume 41 Issue 6 March (15).pdf.jpg2016Patient Factors That Influence Decision Making :Neuman, Brian J; Baldus, Ã Christine; Zebala, Lukas P; Kelly, Michael P; Shaffrey, Christopher; Ii, Edwards; Koski, Tyler; Schwab, Frank; Glassman, Steven; Parent, Stefan; Lewis, Stephen; Lenke, Lawrence G; Buchowski, Jacob M; Smith, Justin S; Iii, H Crawford; Kim, Jo
Spine 2017 Volume 42 Issue 10 May (12).pdf.jpg2017Patient Satisfaction after Adult Spinal Deformity Surgery Does Not Strongly Correlate with Health-Related Quality of Life Scores, Radiographic Parameters or Occurrence of ComplicationsHamilton, D. Kojo; Kong, Christopher; Hiratzka, Jayme; Contag, Alec G.; Ailon, Tamir; Line, Breton; Daniels, Alan; Smith, Justin S; Passias, Peter; Protopsaltis, Themistocles; Sciubba, Daniel; Burton, Douglas; Shaffrey, Christopher; Klineberg, Eric; Mundis, Gregory; Kim
2016 ESJ Volume 25 Issue 8 August (3).pdf.jpg2016Patients with spinal deformity over the age of 75 : a retrospective analysis of operative versus non-operative managementSciubba, Daniel M; Scheer, Justin K; Yurter, Alp; Smith, Justin S; Lafage, Virginie; Klineberg, Eric; Schwab, Frank; Ames, Christopher P; Study, Spine; Issg, Group
2016 SPINE Volume 41 Issue 18 September (1).pdf.jpg2016Predictive Model for Cervical Alignment andPassias, Peter G; Oh, Ã Cheongeun; Jalai, Ã Cyrus M; Worley, Ã Nancy; Lafage, Ã Renaud; Scheer, Justin K; Klineberg, Eric O; Hart, Robert A; Kim, Han Jo; Smith, Justin S; Lafage, Virginie; Ames, Christopher P; Spine, International; Group, Study