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INTRODUCTION Spinal tumours may be classified in three groups: 1) extradural, 2) intradural extramedullary and 3) intramedullary spinal cord tumours. Intradural extramedullary tumours arise from the leptomeninges or nerve roots and include schwannomas. A schwannoma is usually a firm grey-whitish tumour growing near a nerve trunk or ramus. It can be(More)
We present the operative technique employed in a young man with cervical spine luxation at the level of C6-C7 with clinical signs of damage to the spinal cord at the level of C5. In order to achieve an optimal therapeutic effect (decompression of neural structures and spinal stabilisation) during one surgical procedure, the positioning of the patient was(More)
The authors present the results of treatment of spine neoplastic disease using transpedicular stabilisation. The clinical material of 2004 year are 20 cases, 15 males (75%) and 5 female (25%), 19 of them were qualified to the surgical treatment (95%). Obtained outcomes permit authors to make confirmation that the transpedicular stabilisation of(More)
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