Kriterien für Krankheitswert und Indikation für neurochirurgische Interventionen bei Spondylolisthesis

  • F. Loew
  • M. Strowitzki
Conference paper
Part of the Neuroorthopädie book series (NEUROORTHOPÄDIE, volume 4)

Zusammenfassung

Dem uns gestellten Thema liegt die Vermutung zugrunde, daß den meisten Neurochirurgen — die sich nicht wie Verbiest um die operative Behandlung der Spondylolisthesis besonders verdient gemacht haben — ein anderes Krankengut zugewiesen wird als dem operativ tätigen Orthopäden, und daß dieses wiederum verschieden sein dürfte von dem, was der niedergelassene Orthopäde zu sehen bekommt.

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  • F. Loew
  • M. Strowitzki

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