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Radiologists, orthopedic and neurological surgeons present the different minimally invasive methods. Peripheral nerve problems and problems concerning differential diagnosis in special situations such as between radicular and peripheral nerve trunk lesions are discussed, pinpointing the significance of different diagnostic tools. Minimally invasive techniques, utilized nowadays to minimize bone demolition, scarring and risk of recurrence are analyzed. Microdiscectomy is compared with the results of intradiscal techniques, and new methods are discussed facing problems such as epidural…mehr
Radiologists, orthopedic and neurological surgeons present the different minimally invasive methods. Peripheral nerve problems and problems concerning differential diagnosis in special situations such as between radicular and peripheral nerve trunk lesions are discussed, pinpointing the significance of different diagnostic tools. Minimally invasive techniques, utilized nowadays to minimize bone demolition, scarring and risk of recurrence are analyzed. Microdiscectomy is compared with the results of intradiscal techniques, and new methods are discussed facing problems such as epidural fibrotisation, microinstability, osteoporotic or neoplastic or posttraumatic vertebral lesions.
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A. Porzionato et al.: Surgical anatomy of the sacral hiatus for caudal access to the spinal canal. - V. Macchi et al.: Radiologic anatomy of the sacral canal. - C. Colosimo et al.: Imaging in degenerative spine pathology. - F. Postacchini, R. Postacchini: Operative management of lumbar disc herniation. - J. Soriano-Sánchez: Philosophy and concepts of the modern spine surgery. - M. Masini A. Calaca: Minimally invasive treatment for refractory low back pain, targeted by epidural endoscopy with o2/o3 and steroid therapy epidural injections: past, present and future. - M. Masini: Epidural injections: past, present and future. - L. Nilton Alves, Jr. et al.: Long term intrathecal infusion of opiates for treatment of failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS). - C.C.Quattrocchi et al.: Modic changes: anatomy, pathophysiology and clinical correlation. - W. Raffaeli et al.: Periduroscopy: general review of clinical features and development of operative models. - A. Di Donato et al.: The effectiveness of endoscopic epidurolysis in the treatment of degenerative chronic low back pain: a prospective analysis and follow-up at 48 months. -E. Talamoni Fonoff et al.: Endoscopic approaches to the spinal cord. - O. Omar-Pasha: Application of pulsed radio frequency to the dorsal horn and dorsal roots. - M. G. Baboor: Automated nucleotomy and nucleolysis with ozone. R. Assietti et al.: Treatment of discogenic low back pain with intradiscal electrothermal therapy (idet): 24 months follow-up in 50 consecutive patients. - T. Sinan et al.: Percutaneous coblation nucleoplasty in patients with contained lumbar disc prolapse. One year follow-up in a prospective case series. - A. Cesaroni et al.: Plasma-mediated disc decompression for contained cervical disc herniation: results through five years. - P.P. M. Menchetti et al.: Percutaneous laser discectomy. Experience and long term follow-up. - E. Borrelli: Mechanism of action of oxygen ozone therapy in the treatment of disc herniation and low back pain. - A. Alexandre et al.: Treatment of symptomatic lumbar spinal degenerative pathologies by means of combined conservative biochemical treatments. - M. Bonetti: Oxygen-ozone therapy for degenerative spine disease in the elderly: a prospective study. - A. Pepa Osvaldo: Ozone the one and only drug. - G.C. Anselmetti et al.: Vertebral augmentation: 7 years experience. - F. Molina et al.: Kyphoplasty in the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures (VCF). - F. Villarejo et al.: Experience with Coflex interspinous implant. - J. Buric et al.: Diam device for low back pain in degenerative disc disease 24 months' follow-up: - P.P.M. Menchetti et al.: Percutaneous surgical treatment in lumbar spinal stenosis with Aperius(TM) - PercLID(TM). Indications, Surgical Technique and Results. - M. Visocchi: Complex cervico-thoracic spine reconstruction. Personal observation. - S.C.Robertson: Percutaneous vertebral augmentation: stabilitiT(TM) a new delivery system for vertebral fractures. - A. Franzini et al.: Minimally invasive disc preserving surgery in cervical radiculopathies: the posterior microscopic and endoscopic approach. - S. Hellinger: The full endoscopic anterior cervical fusion - a new horizon for the Selective Percutaneous Endoscopic Cervical Decompression. - G. Calopricsco, A. Borean: Leucocyte-platelet haemocomponents for topical use: regenerative potentiality. - G.M. Perretti et al.: Current surgical options for articular cartilage repair. - L. Lauretti et al.: Facial-Hypoglossal nerve end-to-side neurorrhaphy: anatomical study in rats. - A. Isla: Anatomic study in cadaver of the motor branch of the musculocutaneous nerve. - M. Socolovsky: Exposure of the sciatic nerve in the gluteal region without sectioning the gluteus maximus: an anatomical and microsurgical study. - P. Tos et al.: Experimental and clinical employment of end-to-side coaptation: our experience. - A. Alexandre et al.: Considerations on the treatment of anterior interosseous nerve
From the book reviews: "This is an outstanding multi-expert source on MISS which covers IDETs, nucleoplasty, vertebra fracture repair via fusions involving tissue engineering, stem cells, cartilage repair, etc. ... I recommend this book to all orthopaedic and neurosurgical trainees, senior neurosurgeons, and researchers with an interested in spine surgery updates." (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, October, 2014)
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