"Neurosurgical Review" provides a forum for comprehensive reviews on current issues in neurosurgery. Each issue contains up to five reviews, reflecting all important aspects of one topic (a disease or a surgical approach). By providing comprehensive coverage of one topic per issue, "Neurosurgical Review" combines the topicality of professional journals with the in-depth treatment of a monograph. Case reports will generally not be accepted for publication.
Comparison of clinical and radiological outcomes in cervical laminoplasty versus laminectomy with fusion in patients with ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament
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