IMAST 2017 Individual Session Evaluations


Special Symposium 1A: Redefining Sagittal Imbalance: Achieving Lordosis in Degenerative to Deformed Spines

Special Symposium 1B: Perioperative Safety and Quality: Why Aren't We All Doing the Same Thing?

General Session/Whitecloud Clinical Award Nominees

2A. Whitecloud Basic Science Nominees and Top-Scoring Abstracts

2B. Early Onset Scoliosis Abstracts

2C. Adult Deformity Abstracts

3A: The Latest in Spine Tumor Treatment

3B: Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy / Radiculopathy: Anterior, Posterior or Both

3C: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Surgical Pearls to Achieve Success for Each Lenke Curve Type: The "Rule Book"

4A: Growing Spine: When to Address and Which Treatment to Employ

4B: Adult Deformity: Advances on Treatment

4C: Lumbar Degenerative Conditions: How to Address the Everyday Problem

5A: Debate Session #1 MISS: Is it a Hit or a Miss?

5B: Debate Session #2 The Growing Spine: When to Intervene and How

5C: My Worst Complications: Strategies to Prevent/Manage

6A: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Abstracts

6B: Kyphosis/Congenital/Neuromuscular Deformity Abstracts

6C: Trauma & Tumor Abstracts

7A: Lumbar Degenerative/Spondylolisthesis Abstracts

7B: Cervical Spine Abstracts

7C: Complications/Infections Abstracts

8A: Cervical Deformity: Which Approach, How, and Why

8B: Spine Trauma: Diagnosis and Treatment

8C: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Surgical Treatment

9A: Innovative and Diagnostic Methods

9B: Neuromuscular Scoliosis: What the Current Thought Leaders are Doing

9C: Anterior Surgery: Is it Making a Comeback?

10A: Degenerative Conditions of the Spine: Tips and Pearls for Treatment

10B: Special Considerations When Resources are Limited

10C: Surgical Techniques: A Step by Step Guidebook - Video Supplement

11A: Topic Surgical and Perioperative Planning for Adult Deformity

11B: Value and Safety in Spine Care: How are we doing?

11C: What's New in Degenerative Spine Surgery

12: What’s New in Spine Trauma

13: Lunch with the Experts


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