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Microsurgery of the spinal cord and surrounding structures

anatomical and technical principles

by Seeger, Wolfgang

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Wien, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spinal cord -- Surgery.,
  • Microsurgery.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementWolfgang Seeger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD594.3 .S43 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination409 p. :
    Number of Pages409
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3481310M
    ISBN 100387816488
    LC Control Number82000643
    OCLC/WorldCa8195145

    Summary:: Spinal cord disease can progress rapidly and cause debilitating deficits, making prompt recognition and treatment crucial. Knowledge of the organization of these pathways and cell columns, along with their surrounding structures and blood supply, allows the clinician to localize processes within the spinal column. Let’s just take a look at how the spinal nerves attach to the spinal cord. What we're looking at now is the cervical region of the spinal cord, and you can see that I've removed one of the cervical vertebra just so we can take a look at how the spinal nerves attach to the spinal cord.

    Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery MISS is the latest advanced technology available to perform spinal surgeries through small, less than one inch long, incisions. It involves the use of special surgical instruments, devices and advanced imaging techniques to visualize and perform the surgery through such small incisions. Membrane: the entire spinal cord is cover by the three meninges: dura, arachnoid, and pia mater. Inside. Grey substance: is the inner part. In the middle of that, you can find the epididymal duct. White substance: it's around the grey substance.

    The spinal cord is connected to all areas of the body by nerves that leave and enter the spinal column through the gaps between the bony vertebrae. Both the brain and the spinal cord are enclosed within the meninges, which consists of three tough membranes called the dura mater, arachnoid and pia : Virginia Wells. Microsurgery of cervical intramedullary ependymomas extending into the medulla oblongata Article in No shinkei geka. Neurological surgery 28(6) July with 15 Reads.


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The book guides the surgeon through every aspect of spinal microsurgery, including preoperative evaluation of patients, choice of instruments, surgical anatomy, surgical techniques for specific diseases, perioperative and postoperative care, and prevention and management of complications.

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Written by the world's foremost authorities on spinal microsurgery, this volume is a comprehensive, up-to-date reference on microsurgery for cervical and lumbar disc disease and other spinal disorders. The book guides the surgeon through every aspect of spinal microsurgery, including preoperative evaluation of patients, choice of instruments /5(2).

The spinal cord is a continuation of the extends from the foramen magnum at the base of the skull to the L1/L2 vertebra where it terminates as the conus medullaris (medullary cone). A thin thread called filum terminale extends from the tip of the conus medullaris all the way to the 1st coccygeal vertebra (Co1) and anchors the spinal cord in place.

Start studying Spinal cord structures. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. protect the cord from injury that would be caused by rubbing against a vertebral foramen, isolate the spinal cord from surrounding tissue, absorb shock transmitted up the body when walking, running, or other vigorous motions occur.

Surgical anatomy of the cervical spine and surrounding structures; operative anatomy and basic microsurgical approaches to the cervical spine; cervical spinal cord and roots - basic neurological anatomy and clinical syndromes; degenerative cervical disc disorders - pahtophysiology and clinical syndromes; instrumentation and use of the operating microscope as applied to the cervical spine Author: Paul H.

Young. The spinal cord does not extend to the coccygeal region because during development the vertebral column elon­gates more rapidly than the spinal cord. The filum terminate anchors the spinal cord within the vertebral column. In-fact, the filum terminale is a long slender filament at the end of the spinal cord.

Internal Structure. The spinal cord is a bundle of nerve fibers that extend from the brain stem down the spinal column to the lower back. A component of the central nervous system, it sends and receives information between the brain and the rest of the body.; The spinal cord is composed of neurons that send and receive signals along tracts towards and away from the : Regina Bailey.

Cite this chapter as: Seeger W. () Operations in the Lumbar and Lumbosacral Regions (Figs. to ). In: Microsurgery of the Spinal Cord and Surrounding : Wolfgang Seeger. The spinal cord is part of the central nervous system (CNS), which extends caudally and is protected by the bony structures of the vertebral column.

It is covered by the three membranes of the CNS, i.e., the dura mater, arachnoid and the innermost pia mater. In most adult mammals it occupies only the upper two-thirds of the vertebral canal as the growth of the bones composing the vertebral Cited by: 4.

Treatment Options for Back and Neck Pain. including the spinal cord and all its surrounding structures. Treatment for many spine conditions has been revolutionized in recent years with advances like minimally invasive spine surgery, computer-guided surgery, “Gamma knife” radiosurgery, microsurgery, endoscopic procedures, and pain.

Author(s): Seeger,Wolfgang, Title(s): Microsurgery of the spinal cord and surrounding structures: anatomical and technical principles/ Wolfgang Seeger. The spinal cord is a long, thin, tubular structure made up of nervous tissue, which extends from the medulla oblongata in the brainstem to the lumbar region of the vertebral encloses the central canal of the spinal cord, which contains cerebrospinal brain and spinal cord together make up the central nervous system (CNS).

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4. Obtain a prepared microscope slide of a spinal cord cross section. Use the low power of the microscope to locate the following features: posterior median sulcus anterior median fissure central canal gray matter gray commissure posterior horn lateral horn anterior horn.

Figure Label the features of the spinal cord and the surrounding.microsurgery (my-kroh-ser-jer-i) n. the branch of surgery in which extremely intricate operations are performed through highly refined operating microscopes using miniaturized precision instruments.

The technique enables surgery of previously inaccessible parts of the eye, inner ear, spinal cord, and brain.