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Is Diffusion Anisotropy a Biomarker for Disease Severity and Surgical Prognosis of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy?Wen, C; Cui, J; Liu, H; Mak, KC; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Hu, Y201435
 
The safety and efficacy of a remotely distractible, magnetic controlled growing rod (MCGR) for the treatment of early-onset scoliosis: a prospective case series with minimum 2 year follow-upCheung, JPY; Samartzis, D; Mak, KC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Akbarnia, B; Cheung, KMC201342
 
The safety and efficacy of a remotely distractible, magnetic controlled growing rod (MCGR) for the treatment of early-onset scoliosis: A prospective case series with minimum 2 year follow-upCheung, JPY; Samartzis, D; Mak, KC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Akbarnia, B; Cheung, KMC201362
 
The safety and efficacy of a remotely distractible, magnetic controlled growing rod (MCGR) for the treatment of early-onset scoliosis: a prospective case series with minimum 2 year follow-upCheung, KMC; Cheung, JPY; Samartzis, D; Mak, KC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Akbarnia, B; Luk, KDK201327
 
Quantitative analysis of fiber tractography in cervical spondylotic myelopathy.Wen, C; CUI, J; Lee, MP; Mak, KC; Luk, KDK; Hu, Y201342
 
Curve flexibility and maintenance of curve correction in alternative screw fixation in adolescent idiopathic thoracic scoliosisAntonio, GAK; Shigematsu, H; Matsumori, H; Bow, HYC; Mak, KC; Luk, KDK; Cheung, KMC; Samartzis, D201324
 
Surgical treatment of acute TB spondylitis: indications and outcomesMak, KC; Cheung, KMC2013135
 
The safety and efficacy of a remotely distractible, magnetic controlled growing rod (MCGR) for the treatment of scoliosis in children: a prospective case series with minimum two year follow-upCheung, KMC; Cheung, JPY; Samartzis, D; Mak, KC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Akbarnia, BA; Luk, KDK2012125
 
An alternative to a randomized control design for assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of bracing in AISFong, D; Cheung, K; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Fu, I; Kuong, EEYL; Mak, KC; To, M; Luk, K201275
 
Anterior approach to cervical spineCheung, KMC; Mak, KC; Luk, KDK2012122
 
Magnetically controlled growing rods for severe spinal curvature in young children: A prospective case seriesCheung, KMC; Cheung, JPY; Samartzis, D; Mak, KC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Akbarnia, BA; Luk, KDK2012142
 
Exploration of functional reorganization in cervical spondylosis myelopathy: a DTI and fMRI studyHu, Y; Cui, J; Wen, C; Mak, KC; Luk, KDK201240
 
The diffusion pattern of healthy and myelopathic cervical spinal cord – a template-based analysisWen, C; Hu, Y; Cui, J; Mak, KC; Mak, HKF; Luk, KDK201177
 
Cervical spondylotic myelopathy-related diffusivity changes are regional-dependent in spinal cordWen, C; Cui, J; Hu, Y; Mak, KC; Mak, HKF; Luk, KDK201173
 
Orientation entropy analysis of diffusion tensor in healthy and myelopathic spinal cordCui, JL; Wen, CY; Hu, Y; Mak, KC; Mak, KHH; Luk, KDK2011148
 
Use of a remotely distractible, magnetically controlled growing rod for the treatment of scoliosis in young childrenCheung, JPY; Mak, KC; Samartzis, D; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Akbarnia, B; Cheung, KMC201146
 
'Spring-back' closure associated with open-door cervical laminoplastyWang, HQ; Mak, KC; Samartzis, D; El-Fiky, T; Wong, YW; Luo, ZJ; Kang, X; Cheung, WY; Luk, KDK; Cheung, KMC2011250
 
New Diffusion Tensor Analysis for Level Diagnosis of Cervical MyelopathyHu, Y; Cui, J; Wen, C; Mak, KC; Luk, KDK201124
 
Is there a better alternative to a randomized control design for assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of bracing in AiS?Fong, DYT; Cheung, KMC; Wong, YW; Cheung, WY; Fu, IC; Kuong, EE; Mak, KC; To, M; Luk, KDK201159
 
Functional MRI may aid decision making for treating patients with cervical myelopathyMak, KC; Wen, C; Cui, J; Mak, KF; Luk, KDK201067
 
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