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57th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neurosurgery
Joint Meeting with the Japanese Neurosurgical Society

German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)

11 - 14 May, Essen

Vorträge Samstag
SA.04 Wirbelsäule 2

Meeting Abstract (SA.04.01)

Standard open microdiscectomy versus minimally invasive microdiscectomy for lumbar disc herniations – preliminary results of a prospective randomized study

Ryang Y, Kneisel J, Oertel MF, Reinacher P, Gilsbach JM, Rohde V
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.02)

Effectiveness of a less invasive approach technique in comparison to the microsurgical technique in operative treatment of lumbar disc herniation

Greiner-Perth R, Allam Y, Franke J
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.03)

Full-endoscopic operation of lumbar disc herniations with interlaminar and lateral transforaminal access – prospective 3-year results in 229 patients

Komp M, Ruetten S, Hahn P, Godolias G
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.04)

Full-endoscopic operation of lumbar degenerative recess stenosis in interlaminar and lateral transforaminal technique

Rütten S, Komp M, Hahn P, Godolias G
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.05)

The Storz-Endospine by Destandau, a mobile endoscopic system for lumbar disc herniation and stenosis: preliminary results of the first 25 cases

Renner C, Dengl M, Meixensberger J
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.06)

Lumbar fusion using a full-endoscopic transforaminal implanted intervertebral expandable spacer combined with translaminar fixation – a truly minimally-invasive alternative?

Komp M, Ruetten S, Lienert A, Godolias G
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.07)

Minimally invasive transpedicular stabilisation via a lateral dorsal paraspinal approach with transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion

Vieweg U
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.08)

Microsurgical transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) with transpedicular stabilisation – a less invasive technique

Vieweg U
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Meeting Abstract (SA.04.09)

Split Laminectomy for spinal stenosis of the lumbar spine – a minimally invasive procedure

Kunsky A, Matas M, Pillay R, O´Donoghue D
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