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CSRS-Neurospine Special Issue
NameNeurospineDate2022-05-25
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CSRS-Neurospine Special Issue
http://www.e-neurospine.org
Manuscript invitation
CSRS-Neurospine Special Issue
Topic: Cervical Spine Deformity

Dear Colleagues:

On behalf of the Editorial Board, we are very pleased to announce that Neurospine will publish a special issue on “Cervical Spine Deformity” in collaboration with the Cervical Spine Research Society (CSRS, https://www.csrs.org). The target date for this special issue is December 2022.

We are excited to partner with our colleagues at the CSRS and around the world for an extraordinary collaboration featuring the latest clinical and research advances in cervical spine deformity (CSD). Cervical spine deformity (CSD) is a debilitating condition that causes severe pain and disability and has a negative impact on health-related quality of life.

Thus, new ideas and therapeutic targets are needed for the development of safe and optimal CSD treatments.

This Special Issue focuses on evaluation and surgical treatment for CSD. We welcome both original research and review articles.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • • Principles /Practicalities of “normal” Cervical Alignment
  • • Concepts and techniques in Prevention of Cervical Deformity
  • • Classification(s) of Cervical Deformity
  • • Congenital Cervical Deformity
  • • Cervical Deformity of RA and Spondyloarthropathies
  • • Cervical Deformity of Spondylotic/Degenerative Disease
  • • Post Traumatic Cervical Deformity
  • • Post Laminectomy Cervical Deformity
  • • Post laminoplasty Deformity
  • • Cervical Deformity after Adult Deformity Surgery (PJK/PJF ETC)
  • • Cervical deformity associated with cerebral palsy
  • • Upper Cervical Deformity
  • • Reciprocal changes following cervical realignment surgery
  • • Pseudarthrosis and DJK in cervical deformity patients
  • • Postinfectious cervical deformity

The leading editors for this issue include:

Todd J. Albert (USA), Sheeraz Qureshi (USA), Sang Woo Kim (Korea), Seung-Jae Hyun (Korea).

The guest editors for this issue include:

Virginie Lafage (USA), Peter G. Passias (USA), Han Jo Kim, (USA), Sanjay Behari (India), Rick Sasso (USA), James S. Harrop (USA), K. Daniel Riew (USA), John Rhee (USA), Christopher I. Shaffrey (USA), Jae-Taek Hong (Korea), Samuel K. Cho (USA), Yong Hai (China), P Sarat Chandra (India), Kota Watanabe (Japan), Jau-Ching Wu (Taiwan).

The executive editors for this issue include:

Dong Wuk Son, (Korea), Jae Keun Oh (Korea).

The editorial team members for this special issue are comprised of expert, world-leading spine surgeons and researchers, who will help to ensure that articles published in this special issue will provide balanced views and evidence-based knowledge to our readers.

Lead Guest Editors


Todd J. Albert
(Hospital for Special

Surgery, USA)

Sheeraz Qureshi
(Hospital for Special
Surgery, USA)

Sang Woo Kim
(Yeungnam Univ.,

Korea)

Seung-Jae Hyun
(Seoul National Univ.,

Korea)

Guest Editors


Virginie Lafage
(USA)
Peter G. Passias
(USA)
Han Jo Kim,
(USA)
Sanjay Behari
(India)
Rick Sasso
(USA)
James S. Harrop
(USA)
K. Daniel Riew
(USA)
John Rhee
(USA)
Christopher I. Shaffrey
(USA)
Jae-Taek Hong
(Korea)
Samuel K. Cho
(USA)
Yong Hai
(China)
P Sarat Chandra
(India)
Kota Watanabe
(Japan)
Jau-Ching Wu
(Taiwan)

Executive Editors


Dong Wuk Son
(Korea)
Jae Keun Oh
(Korea)

Requested Article

This Special Issue focuses on evaluation and surgical treatment for CSD. We welcome both original research and review articles.

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

  • • Principles /Practicalities of “normal” Cervical Alignment
  • • Concepts and techniques in Prevention of Cervical Deformity
  • • Classification(s) of Cervical Deformity
  • • Congenital Cervical Deformity
  • • Cervical Deformity of RA and Spondyloarthropathies
  • • Cervical Deformity of Spondylotic/Degenerative Disease
  • • Post Traumatic Cervical Deformity
  • • Post Laminectomy Cervical Deformity
  • • Post laminoplasty Deformity
  • • Cervical Deformity after Adult Deformity Surgery (PJK/PJF ETC)
  • • Cervical deformity associated with cerebral palsy
  • • Upper Cervical Deformity
  • • Reciprocal changes following cervical realignment surgery
  • • Pseudarthrosis and DJK in cervical deformity patients
  • • Postinfectious cervical deformity

Submission Deadline Aug. 31, 2022
Publication Date December. 2022
Submission website http://submit.e-neurospine.org

Articles are published upon acceptance, regardless of the publication date of the special issue.
We look forward to receiving high-quality, original work that will advance our knowledge on CSD, provide valuable insights for our readers, and ultimately improve patient outcomes. We want to thank you in advance for helping us make this upcoming issue a success.

Best Regards,

 

Editor in Chief, Neurospine
  Yoon Ha, MD, PhD

 

Deputy Editors
  Wen-Cheng Huang, MD, PhD
  Masakazu Takayasu, MD, PhD

 

Associate Editor
  Seung-Jae Hyun MD, PhD

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