The Scientific Spine use a holistic approach to spine care. The website has various "sections", each targeting different areas of spine care, such as: spine anatomy, diseases, scoring systems, imaging, surgery, etc... Having separate pages and subsections, each linked others in a organized manner, those sections cover a wide area of spinal issues. Using extensive link structure, search function, and Spine Dictionary; one can easily browse between pages, and find relevant information.
The site has three navigation tools: top navigation, bottom navigation, and side navigation (see the picture below). Top navigation links (to see it, just scroll up this page) are topic-oriented and covers the "sections" of the Scientific Spine. Bottom navigation links (scroll to the very bottom of this page) include: side-topics like statistics, and softwares; search utilities (spine dictionary, search, and sitemap pages); and other modules to enhance interactivity and readability of the site, such as blog, forum, rss. Side navigation (the right column, uppermost part) includes a small "you are here" link structure showing you currently how deep you are in the website.
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This page. Outlines the mission, aim and structure of the Scientific Spine.
Spine and spine cord anatomy reviewed. Special emphasis was placed onto clinically relevant points.
Basic classification of the spinal diseases.
This section of the Scientific Spine gives an outline of scales/scoring systems to measure spinal diseases and treatment outcome in spinal disorders.
Basic radiological information about spinal conditions. Classifications, signs, and measurements.
Operation techniques. A how-to approach on spine surgery.
Implant-Watch is an independent listing, classifying, grading and monitoring tool for current spine implants.
Free, unclassified articles about spine health, disorders, and surgery.
Spine news. Announcements of congresses, symposia, conferences, and courses. List of grants, fellowships, and other aids. News from the industry. Science news.
Who is who in spine area. Pioneers, leaders, outstanding scientists, and surgeons.
Find physicians, surgeons.
Resources for spine patients.
Basic biomechanics of spine. Clinical implications.
Dictionary about spine-related health issues. Short descriptions and links.
Basic knowledge and methods for statistical analysis used in spine science.
Softwares used in spine sciences and scientific proficiency.
Various areas of subject which are not covered in other sections of the Scientific Spine.
Blog page of the Scientific Spine. Various areas of spine-related blog entries which frequently updated and allow readers' responses.
RSS feeds of Scientific Spine's.
Forum pages of Scientific Spine's.
A large collection of spine-related off-site links.
information of the Scientific Spine.
The site's team. Who we are? Contact information of the Scientific Spine's Authors and the webmaster.
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