Operative Spine Surgery
George B. Jacobs
Appleton & Lange, Jan 1, 1999 - Medical - 275 pages
This book provides a synopsis of the underlying theory and practice of spine surgery. It emphasizes patient evaluation, operative and nonope rative procedures, intraoperative complications and long-term follow-u p.
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abnormalities anatomy anesthesia anesthetic approach artery asymptomatic axial bone graft Bone Joint Surg bony burst fractures cervical spine Clin Orthop clinical complications compression cortex curettes decompression deformity degenerative diagnosis disc herniation disc space discectomy dissection dorsal electrodes endplate epidural evaluation evoked potentials exposure facet joint Figure fixation flexion foramen iliac crest imaging implant incision injury instability intraoperative monitoring kyphosis lamina laminectomy lesions ligament lordosis low back pain lumbar disc lumbar spine magnetic medial ment midline motor muscle myelography myelopathy nerve root neural neurologic deficits Neurosurg odontoid operative pathology patients pedicle pedicle screw position posterior postoperative preoperative procedure pseudarthrosis radiographic recorded resection retracted rior sacral sagittal scan scoliosis segmental sion spinal canal spinal cord spinal fusion spinal instrumentation spinal stenosis spinal surgery spinous processes spondylolisthesis SSEPs stability stenosis stimulation surgeon surgical symptoms technique thoracic thoracolumbar tion transverse process treatment tumor vertebral body