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63rd Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)
Joint Meeting with the Japanese Neurosurgical Society (JNS)

German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)

13 - 16 June 2012, Leipzig

Lectures Saturday, 16 June 2012
SA.08 Free topics: Lumbar spine

Meeting Abstract (SA.08.01)

Lumbar microsurgical discectomy influences the kinematics of the corresponding facet joints

Hessler C, Morlock M, Westphal M
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.02)

Preventing facet degeneration after discectomy with an anular closure device

Vilendecic M, Ledic D, Bouma GJ, Barth M, Eustacchio S, Stein S
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.03)

Would you ride your bicycle with a puncture in the tire? Two-year benefits of anular defect closure after lumbar discectomy

Bouma GJ, Barth M, Vilendecic M, Ledic D, Bartels R, Al-Kahlout EA
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.04)

Real world experience with an anular closure device

Kursumovic A, Rath S
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.05)

Can lumbar discectomy with the Barricaid endoprosthesis bring benefit to patients with back pain greater than leg pain?

Bouma GJ, Barth M, Vilendecic M, Ledic D, Bartels R, Al-Kahlout EA
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.06)

Zygapophysial joint pain in post lumbar surgery syndrome. The efficacy of medial branch blocks and radiofrequency neurotomy

Klessinger S
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.07)

Looking at global and segmental lordotic realignment in 104 patients with lytic spondylolisthesis: TLIF versus posterior-anterior-posterior procedure

Klavora R, Pitzen T, Matis N, Ostorwski G, Harms J
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.08)

Minimally invasive instrumentation and reduction of high-grade lumbar spondylolisthesis with O-Arm navigation

Detzner MG, Weber FW
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.09)

Complication rate in percutaneous instrumented thoracic and lumbar spine fusion

Seidel K, Pfandlsteiner T, Wimmer C
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Meeting Abstract (SA.08.10)

Electromyographic denervation and extent of atrophy of paraspinal muscles after PLIF correlate significantly with clinical outcome – a prospective clinical study of 30 patients

Waschke A, Hartmann C, Kalff R
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