Die operative Behandlung von Wirbelsäulenmetastasen

  • V. Ewerbeck

Zusammenfassung

Die Kompression von Rückenmark oder Nervenwurzeln ist die häufigste Ursache für neurologische Komplikationen bei Krebserkrankungen [71].

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