Norbert Orwotho

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OBJECT In this paper the authors' goal was to identify histological and immunohistochemical differences between cervical disc hemrniation and spondylosis. METHODS A total of 500 cervical intervertebral discs were excised from 364 patients: 198 patients with disc herniation and 166 patients with spondylosis. We examined en bloc samples of(More)
INTRODUCTION Spondyloptosis is the most severe of translation spine injuries. It results in complete disruption of the structural elements of the vertebral column and the adjacent paravertebral soft tissues, culminating in severe biomechanical instability. Although several cases of lumbosacral spondyloptosis have been documented, not many cases of traumatic(More)
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