Atlas of Spinal Operations

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R. Bauer, Fridun Kerschbaumer, S. Poisel
Thieme, Jan 1, 2011 - Medical - 464 pages
The authors' operative experience and the fundamentals of anatomy formed the basis for creation of this atlas. The practice-oriented description of the various operative techniques takes account of the principal indications for surgery, and of possible dangers and complications. The atlas is a valuable aid for the surgeon's training. Experienced surgeons are given the opportunity of gaining in a short time an overview of operative techniques that are not part of a routine, day-to-day repertoire.
 

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Contents

1 Approaches
1
2 Scoliosis
73
3 Kyphosis
187
4 Ankylosing Spondylitis
227
5 Fusion of the Cervical Spine
251
6 Fusion of the Lumbar Spine
269
7 Spondylolisthesis
293
8 Neurosurgical Operations
309
9 Rheumatoid Instability
347
10 Spondylitis
377
11 Tumors of the Spine
391
12 Tumors of the Chest Wall
411
13 Deformities of the Chest Wall
421
14 Torticollis
441
Index
451
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Head, Orthopaedische Universitaetsklinik, Innsbruck, Austria

Department of Orthopedics, Red Cross Clinic, Frankfurt, Germany

Senior Physician, Institut fuer Anatomie, Universitaet Innsbruck, Austria

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