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65. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC) e. V.

11. - 14. Mai 2014, Dresden

Lectures Wednesday, May 14 2014
MI.01 Lumbar Spine – Operative Technique

Meeting Abstract (MI.01.01)

Outcome of conventional lumbar microdiscectomy compared to microdiscectomy via minimal invasive microtubuluar access (METRx): Preliminary data of a single center RCT

Pintea B, Müller CA, Geiger M, Banat M, Podlogar M, Ridwan S, Blume C, Vatter H, Kristof RA
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.02)

Immediate vs. delayed surgery for acute paresis associated with lumbar disc herniation: The impact of surgical timing on functional outcome

Petr O, Brawanski K, Kerschbaumer J, Pinggera D, Thomé C
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.03)

The immediately failed lumbar disc surgery: Incidence, aetiologies, imaging and management

Brand CM, Mielke D, Rohde V
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.04)

Clinical outcome and cost-evaluation of early versus late surgical intervention in lumbar disc herniation. A prospective matched-pair cohort study

Salehin JM, Krummenauer F, Schaper K, Weber FW
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.05)

Emergency discectomy: Clinical presentation and neurological outcome

Albert R, Lange M, Brawanski A, Schebesch KM
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.06)

Sagittal profile influences the clinical outcome in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis after decompressive surgery

Bayerl S, Poehlmann F, Finger T, Vajkoczy P
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.07)

Microsurgical decompression of lumbar spinal stenosis via unilateral laminotomy: Reoperations and long-term outcome in a large retrospective series

Schöller K, Steingrüber T, Stein M, Uhl E
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.08)

Morbidity and mortality after lumbar decompression in patients over 85 years of age

Gerhardt J, Huettinger S, Gempt J, Meyer B, Ryang YM
Meeting Abstract (MI.01.09)

Regeneration of degenerated intervertebral discs – clinical experience over 13 years in autologous disc cell transplantation for lumbar disc degeneration

Hohaus C, Ganey T, Meisel HJ