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Surgical Management of Cervical Disc Herniation
P S Ramani
Published: May 2012
Edition: 1
Cervical disc herniations occur in the neck and are usually the result of a medical condition caused by trauma or disease. Symptoms can affect the back of the skull, the neck, shoulder girdle, scapula, shoulder, arm and hand.
This book discusses the surgical management of a herniated cervical intervertebral disc. Beginning with an introduction to the clinical and applied anatomy of subaxial cervical spine, the following chapters examine surgical procedures for different spinal diseases and disorders. The final chapter examines the advantages and disadvantages of anterior and posterior surgical approaches.

With contributions from recognised authors from Europe, the USA and Asia, this manual includes more than 250 colour images and illustrations.

Author information
MD; Neurospinal Surgeon and Ex-Professor and Head, University of Mumbai; Chairman – World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) Spine Committee and President Neurospinal Surgeons Association, India
Product details
ISBN: 9789350255674
Size: 279 x 216
Pages: 292
Number of illustrations: 111
Number of images: 141
Cover type: Hard Back
Subject area: Surgery, Orthopaedics
Readership: Neurosurgeons, Surgeons, Trainees
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