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[Disappearance of retro-odontoid pseudotumor after C1-C2 transarticular fixation screw].
- M. Cihanek, S. Fuentes, P. Métellus, G. Pech-gourg, H. Dufour, F. Grisoli
Atlantoaxial degenerative articular cysts are described in various situations like rheumatoid arthritis, dialysis, and fractures... and in the C1-C2 subluxations of degenerative origin. The treatment… Expand
[Minimally invasive extrapleural retroperitoneal approach for thoracolumbar junction. Prospective study of 40cases].
STUDY DESIGN Prospective study. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The anterior spinal cord decompression and spinal interbody fusion is considered an effective therapeutic procedure for thoracolumbar spine… Expand
[Minimally invasive transmuscular approach for the treatment of lumbar far lateral disc herniation].
- S. Fuentès, P. Métellus, U. Acosta-Diaz, G. Pech-gourg, H. Dufour, F. Grisoli
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to evaluate a minimally invasive surgical technique for the treatment of lumbar far lateral disc herniation. This technique combines the tubular retractor… Expand
[Eyelid approach and pediatric orbital tumors: indications and surgical technique. About three children].
- S. Marandat, M. Gerónimo, G. Pech-gourg, N. Degardin, G. Léna, D. Scavarda
Interdisciplinary collaboration can offer unusual approaches for the treatment of orbital pathologies. The authors report their experience with the eyelid incision in treating three children with… Expand
[Trans-umbilical access and ventriculoperitoneal shunt in adults: preliminary results].
In spite of the development of endoscopic surgery in hydrocephalus, ventriculoperitoneal shunt remains indicated in many cases particularly for non obstructive hydrocephalus. The peritoneal cavity is… Expand
[Double traumatic cervical spine lesion (odontoid fracture and spinal cord injury) and Klippel-Feil syndrome].
- T. Graillon, G. Pech-gourg, T. Adetchessi, P. Métellus, H. Dufour, S. Fuentès
Klippel-Feil syndrome (KFS) is defined as a congenital fusion of at least two cervical vertebrae. Patients with KFS are known to be at high risk for spinal cord injury in case of cervical trauma even… Expand