Atlas of Spinal Operations

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Rudolf Bauer, Fridun Kerschbaumer, Sepp Poisel
G. Thieme Verlag, 1993 - Spine - 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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Senior Physician, Institut fuer Anatomie, Universitaet Innsbruck, Austria

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