Atlas of Spinal Operations

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Rudolf Bauer, Fridun Kerschbaumer, Sepp Poisel
Thieme, 1993 - Medical - 454 pages
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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

Thoracic Spine
13
Thoracolumbar Junction
24
Lumbar Spine and Lumbosacral Junction
42
Posterior Approaches
56
Halo Traction Techniques
74
Posterior Scoliosis Operations
80
Scoliosis Operations in Children
97
Anterior Scoliosis Operations
147
Interbody Fusion with Anterior Plate
256
Anterior Monosegmental Fusion L5SI
270
Posterior Transpedicular Stabilization Techniques
279
Posterolateral Fusion ot the Lumbosacral Junction
291
Reduction Combined with Fusion
298
Posterior Decompression With or Without
307
Posterior Operations
351
Posterior Occipitocervical Fusion
361

Complete Vertebrectomy
156
The Dwyer Operation
163
Ventral Derotation Spondylodesis Zielke
178
Anterior Strut Grafting Free Graft
189
Congenital Kyphosis
205
ShortArc Kyphosis
212
Thoracic Lordosis
223
Ankylosing Spondylitis
227
Operations for Spondylodiscitis Andersson
248
Anterior Transoral Operations
373
Tumors of the Spine
391
Rib Resections
412
Funnel Chest
422
Pigeon Breast
436
Caudal Sternoclavicular Subcutaneous Tenotomy
442
Index
451
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Senior Physician, Institut fuer Anatomie, Universitaet Innsbruck, Austria

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