Klaus Manhart

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OBJECT Spine surgeons have used intraoperative cortical and subcortical somatosensory evoked potential (SSEP) monitoring to detect changes in spinal cord function when intraoperative procedures can be performed to prevent neurological deterioration. However, the reliability of SSEP monitoring as applied to anterior thoracic vertebral body resections has not(More)
We lay open a position concerning the difference between scientific processes and processes in science. Not all processes in science are scientific. This leads into the center of social simulation. More scientific theories should be incorporated in social simulations, and this should lead to more united structural approaches. The question 1.1 The following(More)
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