Atlas of Endoscopic Spine Surgery
John J. Regan, Paul C. McAfee, Michael J. Mack
Quality Medical Pub., 1995 - Medical - 359 pages
John Regan demonstrates the procedures discussed in the book. Contains footage of operations with narration; reviews indictions/contraindications; description of pertinent anatomy; recommendations for operating room set up; and tips about complications.
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Evolution of Minimally Invasive Surgery
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