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The Lumbar Spinal Fusion Database
As one of the world's largest single centre databases for the monitoring of patients after lumbar spinal fusion surgery, the database today holds over 2200 patients. Approximately 150 new patients are registered each year. The medical questionnaire used by the surgeons was developed by the Orthopeadic Research Laboratory and was last revised in 2000. The patient questionnaire package is comprised of the Dallas Pain Questionnaire and Pain Drawing along with a number of additional questions developed by the lab to further the understanding of the patients experience. Data is collected from both surgeon and patient preoperatively, operatively (by the surgeon only) and again by both parties at 1 and 2 years following the initial proceedre.

Erythropoietin augments bone formation in a rabbit posterolateral spinal fusion model.
Rölfing JHD, Bendtsen M, Jensen J, Stiehler M, Foldager CB, Hellfritzsch MB, Bünger C.
Phenol Red Inhibits Chondrogenic Differentiation and Affects Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Vitro.
Lysdahl H, Baatrup A, Nielsen AB, Foldager CB, Bünger C.
Navigated percutaneous lumbosacral interbody fusion: a feasibility study with three-dimensional surgical simulation and cadaveric experiment.
Wang Y, Le DQ, Li H, Wang M, Bünger CE.
Orthopaedic Spinal Research      Aarhus University Hospital      Noerrebrogade 44      Building 1A      8000 Aarhus C      Phone: +45 7846 4133
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