Surgical Techniques for the Spine

Surgical Techniques for the Spine

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Spinal surgery is a rapidly evolving frontier, and physicians need to master new treatment options as quickly as possible. This complete summary provides step-by-step explanations of virtually all major spinal procedures, as described by the experts who perfected then. Each chapter pinpoints the most frequent complications encountered by the authors, and follows a qhow I do itq approach to avoiding them. Divided by anatomical region, the book starts with techniques for the cervical spine, then goes on to cover the thoracic and lumbar spine. Topics include: cervical laminoplasty; posterior column shortening for Scheuermann's Kyphosis; correction of neuromuscular pelvic obliquity; total lumbar disc replacement; and many more. Book the , eagt;c yA cha^8: A. separate ()aquot;Ar , , agt; ia#39;v of each wire ^ V ^f7aquot; thenUndoneSPinou8PrOc, or to tightening - a€” kagt; practice, frequeiftYj Alaamp;\V a€c Ad cedure ... A separate 7*aquot;6 a€” Al~ ^ssed individually touApAltt=fc^ cre^1 ^aquot;^W1- The ends ^, reisthAlAl 7?

Title:Surgical Techniques for the Spine
Author: Thomas R. Haher, Andrew A. Merola
Publisher:Univ of California Press - 2003-01-01

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