Surgical management of ventral intradural spinal lesions.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE Access to the ventral intradural spinal canal may be required for treatment of a variety of lesions affecting the spinal cord and adjacent intradural structures. Adequate exposure is usually achieved through a standard posterior laminectomy or posterolateral approaches, although formal anterior approaches are used to access lesions in the subaxial… (More)
DOI: 10.3171/2011.3.SPINE1095

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