Cervical Spine Surgery: An Historical Perspective

@article{Denaro2011CervicalSS,
  title={Cervical Spine Surgery: An Historical Perspective},
  author={Vincenzo Denaro and Alberto Di Martino},
  journal={Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®},
  year={2011},
  volume={469},
  pages={639-648}
}
BackgroundContinued innovation in surgery requires a knowledge and understanding of historical advances with a recognition of successes and failures.Questions/purposesTo identify these successes and failures, we selectively reviewed historical literature on cervical spine surgery with respect to the development of (1) surgical approaches, (2) management of degenerative disc disease, and (3) methods to treat segmental instability.MethodsWe performed a nonsystematic review using the keywords… CONTINUE READING
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