Complications of Cervical Spine Surgery
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The surgical approach to the cervical spine requires, in addition to a good surgical experience, a thorough anatomical knowledge of the cervical region and skull base. Indeed this region is crossed by many vascular, nervous, respiratory and digestive structures. Surgical techniques have been widely described in the previous chapters. We now focus our attention on the main complications related to this kind of surgery.
KeywordsCervical Spine Anterior Approach Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury Cervical Spine Surgery Spinal Cord Damage
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