Relationship Between Clinical Results and CT After Cervical Spinal Canal Laminoplasty
Since 1978, cervical spinal canal laminoplasties have been performed on fifty-five patients with cervical radiculomyelopathy. Of these patients, thirty-one [two developmental, eleven multiple spondylotic lesions, eighteen ossification of posterior longitudinal ligament (OPLL)] had follow-up studies lasting more than two years, average four years and six months.
KeywordsSpinal Canal Axial Tomography Percentage Improvement Preoperative Score Postoperative Score
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