myAO clinical roundup on spinal tumors
A coordinated multidisciplinary approach is used to treat spinal tumors. The expertise of a neuroradiologist, pathologist, angiographer, oncologist, and spinal surgeon may be combined during the patient's treatment. The type of tumor, neurologic deficit, spinal deformity (e.g. scoliosis), bony involvement, prior treatment, patient's medical status, pain, and life expectancy are considered prior to treatment.

myAO is offering you the following exclusive selection of "knowledge gems" around spinal tumor treatment. 
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AO expert webinars on spinal tumors
Surgery of Spinal Tumors 
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Spinal Tumors - Treatment Options 
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Recommended publications on spinal tumors
Surgical Management of the Metastatic Spine Disease: A Review of the Literature and Proposed Algorithm
Global Spine J
Humaid Al Farii, Ahmed Aoude, Ahmed Al Shammasi, Jeremy Reynolds, Michael Weber Read more

Utilization of Machine Learning to Model Important Features of 30-day Readmissions following Surgery for Metastatic Spinal Column Tumors: The Influence of Frailty
Global Spine J
Aladine A. Elsamadicy, Andrew B. Koo, Benjamin C. Reeves, James L. Cross, Andrew Hersh, Astrid C. Hengartner, Aditya V. Karhade, Zach Pennington, Oluwaseun O. Akinduro, Sheng-Fu Larry Lo, Ziya L. Gokaslan, John H. Shin, Ehud Mendel, Daniel M. Sciubba Read more

A Systematic Review of Perioperative Complications in en Bloc Resection for Spinal Tumors
Global Spine J
Zhehuang Li, Liangyu Guo, Peng Zhang, Jiaqiang Wang, Xin Wang, Weitao Yao Read more
Upcoming AO events on spinal tumors
AO Spine Regional Masters Level Specimen Course—Spinal Tumors 
April 22-23, 2023
Hamburg, Germany Find out more

AO Spine Advanced Seminar —Spinal Tumor 
Date to be confirmed 
Suzhou, China Find out more

AO Spine Webinar—Intramedullary spinal cord tumors: Diagnosis and management
June 14, 2023 
Online Find out more