Tracking the Vertebral Artery – Safe Corridors
V2 segment- entry of VA higher than C6 or through the C7 foramen transversarium- loops (medial or lateral)- medial loops (at disc or vertebral body level) V3 segment (divided into three parts) V31 – High riding vertebra artery – too high, too posterior or too medialV32 – VA branches below the C1 arch (extracranial origin…
Physiology of Micturition
Amazing explanation! I wish Armando Hasudungan’s videos were around when we learnt physiology in medical school. This video is a quick review of the physiology of micturition. The only way to understand neurogenic bladder is to first get the basics of normal physiology right. Armando’s YouTube channel is worth following. Link below. https://www.youtube.com/user/armandohasudungan
Vertebroplasty by Dr Manish Kothari
Excellent overview of vertebroplasty by my colleague and friend, Dr Manish Kothari. Very informative with a lot of practical tips. Highly recommended! https://www.youtube.com/embed/BZkv8gMnIlA?start=15567
History of Corrective Maneuvers in AIS Surgery
This video lecture is on the evolution of corrective maneuvers in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. A basic understanding of the historical significance of corrective maneuvers is crucial.
Work from home ergonomics
This is a webinar on how to work from home in the lockdown and avoid low back pain. I discuss some misconceptions about low back pain. Besides, I have shared some tips on how to set up an ergonomic office space at home. Timestamps 00:00 Intro 02:07 Basic Anatomy 03:40 Why do people get back…
Video Journal Club – AIS Classifications
Dr Kshitij Chaudhary is a consultant spine surgeon at the PD Hinduja Hospital, Mahim, Mumbai. In this video he discusses two of classic papers on Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. King, H. A., Moe, J. H., Bradford, D. S. & Winter, R. B. The selection of fusion levels in thoracic idiopathic scoliosis. The Journal of Bone and…
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