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Review a Dispersion Patterns Study for CME

Friday, May 10, 2019  

SIS Research Division Reviewers Laud Study as SeminalProvided Correct Anatomical Targets Are Identified


Earn CME credit on the SIS eLearning platform SpineNet for reviewing a journal article and evidentiary table that analyzes the methodology and findings of the paper, Cervical Medial Branch Block Volume Dependent Dispersion Patterns as a Predictor for Ablation Success: A Cadaveric Study by SE Wahezi et al.


This paper was critically reviewed by SIS Research Division members Anthony Schwarzer, MB BS, PhD, MMed and Byron J. Schneider, MD.

Earn CME credit for your review of the analysis here.

SIS members are invited to delve even deeper into the analysis by joining the discussion about the article on the SIS Online Journal Club.🔒 Participation in the SIS Online Journal Club is a member benefit provided at no additional cost. Your careful review of the article and critique, combined with discussions you can have with your colleagues on the SIS Online Journal Club Blog, will help you keep up with the never-ending stream of new research findings and understand how they may impact your practice.

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