Lumbar vertebral canal morphometry for computerised tomography in spinal stenosis.

Abstract

Computerised tomography is described in recent literature as a sophisticated but noninvasive technique with a particularly appropriate application in the discovery of space-occupying lesions in the lumbar vertebral canal and nerve root tunnels. Although the spinal stenosis syndrome must remain a clinical diagnosis in the first instance, computerised… (More)

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