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CHICAGO, April 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush (MOR) is seeking Illinois patients with cervical radiculopathy
OfferBoard Securities is pleased to announce the Series B financing for Atlas Spine Inc., a medical device company specializing in spinal implant systems.
New resource explores non-surgical options for those suffering from hip, knee, and spine problems. NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The physicians at Orthopaedic &
ALLENDALE, N.J., March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Stryker Corporation's Spine Division will be launching Tempus®, the newest Anterior Cervical Plating System at booth #443 during the
Titled ‘Be Careful About Back Surgery,’ Sarah Key’s Book is Now Available on Amazon Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) February 10, 2015 Sarah Key is a
EOI announces that industry veteran, Mr.
St. Mary's is the only hospital in the Bay Area to offer this state-of-the-art technology SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dignity Health St.
Becker's Healthcare is excited to reveal the top five articles on the Becker's Spine Review website for November 2014 Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 26,
Frequently hunching over to read or write text messages could be damaging your spine, according to a new Surgical Technology International study that compares looking down at a cell phone to placing a 60-pound weight on your neck.
The Double-spined Urchin (Echinothrix calamaris), also known as the Banded Sea Urchin, is a species of sea sloth found in the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is usually found on back reefs, hiding in crevices or under rocks. The test (shell) is about 2 inches in diameter. It has two sets of spines, shorter closed spines which are dark in color and can deliver a nasty sting, and longer open ended spines that are often banded. Juvenile members of cardinal fish have been observed hiding in the...
The Brazilian Porcupine (Coendou prehensilis) is a porcupine found in tropical forests in Mexico and throughout much of South America. The body is covered with short, thick spines that are whitish or yellowish in color. They are mixed with the darker hair, while the underside is grayish. The lips and nose are fleshy. The tail tip curls upward so as to get a better grip on tree branches. This porcupine can grow to forty inches long, but half of that is tail. It weighs about nine pounds. No...
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