By Faheem A. Sandhu, Jean-Marc Voyadzis, Richard Glenn Fessler
Decision Making for Minimally Invasive backbone Surgery presents the serious instruments had to make certain precisely while, for whom, and why minimally invasive backbone surgical procedure (MISS) is a achievable option.
Ten tightly concentrated chapters every one commence with a choice making set of rules that explains find out how to make certain if pass over will profit the sufferer greater than conventional open surgical procedure. Following each one set of rules, concise but particular details at the preoperative evaluate, surgical innovations, and attainable results is helping the reader to formulate a transparent surgical process. The e-book closes with an incisive research of radiosurgery, instrumentation structures, photograph information, and promising advances in leave out that would stimulate additional dialogue of this rising area.
- A reasonable review of either the benefits and
drawbacks of pass over via pioneers within the box
- Evaluative algorithms enable readers to shape speedy, totally
informed remedy judgements
- Intuitive association by way of spinal zone enables
Spine surgeons, citizens, or fellows in orthopedic surgical procedure or
neurosurgery will consult with this simply obtainable guide whenever they
consider acting a minimally invasive backbone procedure.
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