Steven D. Glassman spends much of his time researching Surgery, Lumbar, Scoliosis, Oswestry Disability Index and Physical therapy. His study in Retrospective cohort study, Complication, Nonunion, Iliac crest and Spinal fusion is carried out as part of his Surgery studies. In general Lumbar study, his work on Lumbar vertebrae often relates to the realm of Bone morphogenetic protein, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Scoliosis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Orthodontics, Central nervous system disease, Rachis and Kyphosis. His Oswestry Disability Index research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cohort study, Back pain, Randomized controlled trial and Spondylolisthesis. His Physical therapy research integrates issues from Quality of life, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Receiver operating characteristic.
His primary scientific interests are in Surgery, Lumbar, Physical therapy, Oswestry Disability Index and Scoliosis. His studies link Cohort with Surgery. He combines subjects such as Arthrodesis, Perioperative and Iliac crest with his study of Lumbar.
His work investigates the relationship between Physical therapy and topics such as Spinal deformity that intersect with problems in Surgical treatment. His Oswestry Disability Index research incorporates elements of Body mass index, Back pain, Minimal clinically important difference and Spondylolisthesis. His Scoliosis research includes themes of Orthopedic surgery, Deformity, Retrospective cohort study, Kyphosis and Prospective cohort study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Lumbar, Spondylolisthesis, Oswestry Disability Index and Context. His study connects Cohort and Surgery. In his research, Adverse effect and Orthopedic surgery is intimately related to Scoliosis, which falls under the overarching field of Cohort.
Steven D. Glassman interconnects Body mass index, Anesthesia, Quality of life and Marital status in the investigation of issues within Lumbar. His Spondylolisthesis study also includes fields such as
Steven D. Glassman mainly investigates Surgery, Lumbar, Spondylolisthesis, Oswestry Disability Index and Cohort. His work in the fields of Surgery, such as Randomized controlled trial, Scoliosis and Implant, overlaps with other areas such as In patient and Context. His studies in Scoliosis integrate themes in fields like Minimal clinically important difference and Significant difference.
His Lumbar research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Decompression and Obesity. His research investigates the connection with Oswestry Disability Index and areas like Body mass index which intersect with concerns in Contraindication and Observational study. His study on Cohort also encompasses disciplines like
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The Impact of Positive Sagittal Balance in Adult Spinal Deformity
Steven D Glassman;Keith Bridwell;John R Dimar;William Horton.
Understanding the minimum clinically important difference: a review of concepts and methods.
Anne G. Copay;Brian R. Subach;Steven D. Glassman;David W. Polly.
The Spine Journal (2007)
Correlation of radiographic parameters and clinical symptoms in adult scoliosis
Steven D Glassman;Sigurd Berven;Keith Bridwell;William Horton.
Minimum clinically important difference in lumbar spine surgery patients: a choice of methods using the Oswestry Disability Index, Medical Outcomes Study questionnaire Short Form 36, and pain scales.
Anne G. Copay;Steven D. Glassman;Brian R. Subach;Sigurd Berven.
The Spine Journal (2008)
Adverse effects associated with high-dose recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2 use in anterior cervical spine fusion
Lisa B E Shields;George H Raque;Steven D Glassman;Mitchell Campbell.
Perioperative complications of posterior lumbar decompression and arthrodesis in older adults.
Leah Y. Carreon;Rolando M. Puno;John R. Dimar;Steven D. Glassman.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (2003)
Sagittal index in management of thoracolumbar burst fractures.
J P Farcy;M Weidenbaum;S D Glassman.
Does treatment (nonoperative and operative) improve the two-year quality of life in patients with adult symptomatic lumbar scoliosis: a prospective multicenter evidence-based medicine study.
Keith H. Bridwell;Steven Glassman;William Horton;Christopher Shaffrey.
The Comprehensive Anatomical Spinal Osteotomy Classification
Frank Schwab;Benjamin Blondel;Benjamin Blondel;Edward Chay;Jason Demakakos.
The impact of perioperative complications on clinical outcome in adult deformity surgery
Steven D. Glassman;Christopher L. Hamill;Keith H. Bridwell;Frank J. Schwab.
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