Mr Malham has over 60 Peer-Reviewed Publications on spine, trauma and brain tumour surgeries, and also lectures nationally and internationally, on all aspects of spine trauma and degenerative spinal surgery.
Some of these Peer-Reviewed Publications can be viewed by clicking on the below links:
- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion in a lateral decubitus position: technique and outcomes in obese patients.
- What should my hospital buy next?-Guidelines for the acquisition and application of imaging, navigation, and robotics for spine surgery.
- Early experience of placing image-guided minimally invasive pedicle screws without K-wires or bone-anchored trackers.
- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion (ALIF) as an option for recurrent disc herniations: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- Early experience with lateral lumbar total disc replacement: Utility, complications and revision strategies.
- Maintenance of Segmental Lordosis and Disk Height in Stand-alone and Instrumented Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF).
- Comparison of a calcium phosphate bone substitute with recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2: a prospective study of fusion rates, clinical outcomes and complications with 24-month follow-up.
- Treatment of symptomatic thoracic disc herniations with lateral interbody fusion.
- Lumbar interbody fusion: techniques, indications and comparison of interbody fusion options including PLIF, TLIF, MI-TLIF, OLIF/ATP, LLIF and ALIF.
- Choice of Approach Does Not Affect Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes: A Comparative Cohort of Patients Having Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion and Patients Having Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion at 24 Months.
- Bone Morphogenetic Proteins in Spinal Surgery: What Is the Fusion Rate and Do They Cause Cancer?
- Assessment and classification of subsidence after lateral interbody fusion using serial computed tomography.
- Brief intraoperative heparinization and blood loss in anterior lumbar spine surgery.
- Percutaneous Pedicle Screw Accuracy with Dynamic Electromyography: The Early Experience of a Traditionally Open Spine Surgeon.
- Stand-alone minimally invasive lateral lumbar interbody fusion: multicenter clinical outcomes.
- Clinical results and limitations of indirect decompression in spinal stenosis with laterally implanted interbody cages: results from a prospective cohort study.
- Bone scans are reliable for the identification of lumbar disk and facet pathology.
- Anterior lumbar interbody fusion using recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein-2: a prospective study of complications.
- Indirect foraminal decompression is independent of metabolically active facet arthropathy in extreme lateral interbody fusion.
- Co-registration of isotope bone scan with CT scan and MRI in the investigation of spinal pathology.
- Minimally invasive direct lateral corpectomy for the treatment of a thoracolumbar fracture.
- Cervical artificial disc replacement with ProDisc-C: clinical and radiographic outcomes with long-term follow-up.
- Factors associated with symptom-specific psychological and functional impact among acoustic neuroma patients.
- Anterior pseudoarthrectomy for symptomatic Bertolotti’s syndrome.
- Re: how to write a paper.
- Early postoperative dislocation of the anterior Maverick lumbar disc prosthesis: report of 2 cases.
- Clinical outcome and fusion rates after the first 30 extreme lateral interbody fusions.
- Health resource utilisation costs in acute patients with persistent midline cervical tenderness following road trauma.
- Outcomes at 12 months after early magnetic resonance imaging in acute trauma patients with persistent midline cervical tenderness and negative computed tomography.
- Factors associated with anxiety and depression in the management of acoustic neuroma patients.
- Cervical spine magnetic resonance imaging in alert, neurologically intact trauma patients with persistent midline tenderness and negative computed tomography results.
- Balamuthia mandrillaris brain abscess successfully treated with complete surgical excision and prolonged combination antimicrobial therapy.
- Quality of life among acoustic neuroma patients managed by microsurgery, radiation, or observation.
- Oblique axis body fracture–pitfalls in management.
- Traumatic cervical discoligamentous injuries: correlation of magnetic resonance imaging and operative findings.
- Complete recovery following atlantoaxial fracture-dislocation with bilateral carotid and vertebral artery injury.
- Occipital condyle fractures: incidence and clinical follow-up at a level 1 trauma centre.
- Sinonasal inverted papilloma mimicking a pituitary macroadenoma.
- Nonoperative management of type II odontoid fractures in the elderly.
- Survival of trauma patients with coma and bilateral fixed dilated pupils.
- Early decompressive craniectomy for patients with severe traumatic brain injury and refractory intracranial hypertension–a pilot randomized trial.
- Low-grade supratentorial astrocytomas in adults: Management, immunohistochemical analysis and long-term follow-up.
- Os odontoideum: report of three cases.
- Factors predicting cervical collar-related decubitus ulceration in major trauma patients.
- Disseminated intravascular coagulation complicating resection of a malignant meningioma.
- Magnetic resonance imaging for clearing the cervical spine in unconscious intensive care trauma patients.
- Cervical spine assessment in the unconscious trauma patient: a major trauma service’s experience with passive flexion-extension radiography.
- Damage control surgery for spine trauma.
- Systemic inflammatory response syndrome and acute neurological disease.
- Establishment of primary human meningiomas as subcutaneous xenografts in mice.
- Spinal leptomeningeal metastasis from cerebral glioblastoma multiforme presenting with radicular pain: case report and literature review.
- Spontaneous haemorrhage into an empty sella turcica mimicking pituitary apoplexy.
- Determination of the activation spectrum of aluminium phthalocyanine chloride against cultured meningioma cells using a tunable laser.
- Neurocysticercosis: a rare cause of epilepsy in New Zealand.
- Subcellular distribution and photocytotoxicity of aluminium phthalocyanines and haematoporphyrin derivative in cultured human meningioma cells.
- Diagnostic markers demonstrating successful culture of human meningioma cells.
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