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 3 3 Equipment and Instrumentation
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abdominal anesthesia Ann Thorac annulus azygos vein biopsy bone graft camera cannula cavity chest chest tube clinical complications corpectomy curettes decompression device diaphragm disc herniation disc space discectomy disease dissection Dowling RD endo endoscopic endoscopic spine endotracheal tube endplates epidural exposure Ferson PF fiberoptic Figure iliac crest iliac vein implant incision insertion instruments insufflation interbody fusion intercostal space intervertebral disc intraoperative Landreneau RJ laparo lumbar spine lung Mack MJ McAfee ment midline minimally invasive monitor nerve root open procedures open thoracotomy operative Orthop pain patients pedicle percutaneous performed peritoneum placed placement pleural pneumoperitoneum port position posterior posterolateral postoperative preoperative pulmonary Regan JJ removed resection retraction retractor rongeurs scoliosis scope scopic segmental vessels spinal canal spinal procedures spine surgery suction Surg surgeon techniques thoracic disc thoracic spine thoracic surgery thoracoscopic thoracoscopic procedures thoracoscopic surgery thoracotomy tion tissue Trendelenburg position trocar tumor vertebral body video-assisted thoracic surgery visualization