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62. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC)
Joint Meeting mit der Polnischen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgen (PNCH)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC) e. V.

07. - 11. Mai 2011, Hamburg

Lectures Tuesday, 10 May 2011
DI.02 Spinal Neurosurgery 1

Meeting Abstract (DI.02.01)

The intraforaminal approach to the nerve root via limited removal of the pars interarticularis – Report of 175 cases

Schröder J, Winking M, Hellwig AG
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.02)

Percutaneous endoscopic treatment of foraminal and extraforaminal disc herniation at the L5/S1 level experience of a single centre

Lübbers T, Abuamona R, Elsharkawy AE
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.03)

Long-term results of a prospective, randomized trial: Standard open microsurgical approach versus a minimally invasive access approach for lumbar disc herniation

Gempt J, Jonek M, Ringel F, Wolf P, Ryang YM
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.04)

Accuracy of image-guided spinal pedicle screw placement using intraoperative computed tomography-based navigation with automated referencing

Scheufler KM, Franke J, Eckardt A, Dohmen H
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.05)

Pedicle screw augmentation – risk of local cement leakage and cement embolism

Müller JU, Pillich DT, Fleck S, Schroeder HWS, Baldauf J
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.06)

Postoperative evaluation of bicortical screw placement in cervical lateral mass instrumentation by CT imaging in 55 patients

Maier G, Merkle M, Rathgeb J, Tatagiba M, Roser F
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.07)

Comparison of two lumbar instrumentation techniques for degenerative spondylolisthesis: pedicle screw insertion before or after laminectomy and fusion

Archavlis E
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.08)

Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion in 1 to 3 level procedures without the use of additional anterior plate fixation – Radiologic and clinical analysis

Tomasino A, Lumenta CB
Meeting Abstract (DI.02.09)

Radiological outcome und intraoperative findings following explantation of 20 cervical disc prostheses

Brenke C, Schmieder K, Barth M