Mastering Craniovertebral Junction Surgical Approaches: The Dissection Laboratory Experience at the Catholic University of Rome
The craniovertebral junction is an intricate anatomical region frequently affected by neoplastic, vascular, traumatic, congenital and degenerative pathology. Because the topography of this region is complex, direct knowledge and full mastery of craniocervical anatomy is mainly obtained through anatomical dissections performed in neuroanatomical laboratories.
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