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Usability and Potential of Geostatistics for Spatial Discrimination of Multiple Sclerosis Lesion Patterns
Marschallinger, R; Golaszewski, SM; Kunz, AB; Kronbichler, M; Ladurner, G; Hofmann, P; Trinka, E; McCoy, M; Kraus, J
J NEUROIMAGING. 2014; 24(3): 278-286.
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Golaszewski Stefan
Kraus Jörg
Kronbichler Martin
McCoy Mark R.
Trinka Eugen

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Cervical laminectomy is a reliable tool for posterior decompression in various cervical spine pathologies. Although there is increasing evidence of superior clinical, neurological and radiological outcomes when using anterior cervical decompression, laminectomy can be a valuable tool when combined with instrumented lateral mass fusion for carefully selected indications. METHODS: Literature review. RESULTS: This review article will provide decision-making guidance, technical advices and pitfalls. The technical advice for laminectomy and instrumented lateral mass fusion is illustrated. The authors review the literature on outcomes and complications and suggest indications for the safe and successful application of cervical laminectomy and lateral mass fusion.


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