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GSJ – Neurospine Special Issue

Topic: Complications in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Dear Colleagues,


The Editorial Board of Neurospine is excited to announce a special joint issue with the Global Spine Journal (GSJ) focusing on "Complications and Avoidance in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery." This collaboration brings together leading experts in the field to explore the latest clinical and research advances in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS). The publication is scheduled for June 2024.


We are pleased to announce our partnership with our colleagues at the GSJ, the world leading journal in the field of spine surgery.


The Global Spine Journal (GSJ) is a peer-reviewed, international scientific publication dedicated to advancing the knowledge and understanding of spine care worldwide. Published by AO spine, GSJ serves as a platform for the dissemination of high-quality research, clinical studies, and innovative developments in the field of spinal surgery and related disciplines. The journal covers a broad spectrum of topics within spine surgery, including but not limited to minimally invasive spine surgery, deformity correction, spinal trauma, spinal oncology, biomechanics, and rehabilitation. GSJ welcomes contributions from spine surgeons, researchers, and healthcare professionals from around the globe, fostering collaboration and the exchange of knowledge to improve patient care.


We are looking forward for a fascinating collaboration discussing the latest high end clinical and research advances in MISS. With a shared purpose to advance spine surgery through research and education, we are willing to promote international exchange of knowledge and ideas by this specific issue dedicated to MISS. As we face an aging society globally, the prevalence of degenerative spine diseases is increasing. Treating and managing elderly patients has become a significant challenge, making MISS a crucial technique in meeting the needs of both patients and surgeons. This joint issue aims to foster international knowledge exchange and discussion on the complications and their avoidance in the rapidly evolving field of MISS.


By this special issue, in collaboration with S, we wish to provide our readers the most advanced knowledge in this field from top leaders in MISS. And of course, wish to present an open site for active, unlimited discussion by your participation.


The leading editors for this issue include:


Dr. Inbo Han (S.Korea), Dr. Jin-Sung Kim (S.Korea), Dr. Woo-Keun Kwon (S.Korea), Dr. Dalsung Ryu (S.Korea), Dr Vit Kotheeranurak (Thailand) and Dr Ralph Mobbs (Australia) from the Neurospine side




Dr John Liu (USA), Dr Jeffrey C. Wang (USA), Dr Jens R Chapman (USA), and Dr. Karsten Wiechert (Germany) from the GSJ side.


The editorial team members for this special issue are comprised of expert, world-leading MISS 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.


Scope :


Submissions covering any aspect of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, especially those related to complications and their avoidance, are invited. Abstracts must be original work that addresses complications and their avoidance in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. The requested article types include reviews, debates, original research papers, and other scientific papers. Articles are published upon acceptance, regardless of the publication date of the special issue.


We invite you to contribute high-quality, original work that will advance our understanding of complications in MISS, provide valuable insights, and ultimately enhance patient outcomes. Thank you in advance for your valuable contributions.


Submission Deadline July, 31 2024
Publication Date Sep, 2024

Best Regards,

Editor-in-Chief, Neurospine
  Inbo Han, MD, PhD

Editor-in-Chief, GSJ
  Jeffrey C. Wang, MD, PhD

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