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Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery 1st ed

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Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery 1st Edition + Video online, by M.D. Hartl, Roger (Author), M.D. Navarro-Ramirez, Rodrigo (Author) Includes: 5 Parts and 57 Chapters [update: 11.2022].

Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery 1st Edition

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Thieme Medical Pub; 1st edition (May 27, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 435 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1684200091

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In the US, over 1.5 million instrumented spinal surgeries are carried out annually. Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) techniques can be used to complete or partially accomplish the majority of decompressions and roughly 50% of fusion surgeries. MISS methods’ full potential is still untapped. The most thorough and in-depth textbook on this subject to date is titled Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery and was written by renowned MISS neurosurgeon Roger Härtl, spine-neurosurgeon Rodrigo Navarro-Ramirez, and an impressive group of international multidisciplinary contributors.

 

No# Contents page
Part I Introduction  to MISS  1
Chapter 1 Definition  of MISS: The “6 Ts”: Target/Technology/Technique/Teaching and Training/Testing/ Talent 2
Roger Härtl, Sertac Kirnaz, Juan Del Castillo-Calcáneo, and Ibrahim Hussain
Chapter 2 Global MISS: Perspectives  from Asia, Australia,  Europe, Middle East, North America,  and South America 14
Part II MISS Target   21
Chapter 3 Target Philosophy in Degenerative Spinal Disorders: Correlation  of Clinical Presentation, Physical Examination, and Response to Interventional  Procedures 22
Bridget T Carey, Jaspal Ricky Singh, Neel Mehta, Taylor Wong, Sertac Kirnaz, Michael Sein, and Roger Härtl
Chapter 4 Deformity  and MIS: Limitation or Opportunity? 41
Catherine Miller, Ibrahim Hussain, Juan S Uribe, Kai-Ming Fu, and Praveen Mummaneni
Chapter 5 Target: The Muscle as a Pain Generator  and Key Element to Protect during MIS Surgery 49
Norman Marcus and Roger Härtl
Part III MISS Technology 55
Chapter 6 Tubular and Specular Retractors in MIS 56
Christoph Wipplinger, Sara Lener, Sertac Kirnaz, Ahmed Abdelsalam, Roger Härtl, and Claudius Thomé
Chapter 7 Navigation in MISS 61
Rodrigo Navarro-Ramirez,  Alisson R Teles, Franziska Anna Schmidt, Sertac Kirnaz, and Roger Härtl
Chapter 8 Robotics:  Background  and Current Role 79
Sean M Barber, Meng Huang, Paul Holman, and Isador H Lieberman
Chapter 9 Microscopein MISS 87
Avelino Parajón, Robert Nicholas Hernandez, Sertac Kirnaz, and Andreas Korge
Chapter 10 Endoscope in MISS: How to Adopt and Change 95
Albert E Telfeian
Part IV MISS Techniques 102
Chapter 11 Three Surgical Principles of MISS: Contralateral Decompression, Minimize Instability,  and Indirect Decompression 103
 Ibrahim Hussain, Rodrigo Navarro-Ramirez, Sertac Kirnaz, and Roger Härtl
Chapter 12 Surgical Techniques and Instrumentation in MISS 110
Chapter 13 Dural Repair in MISS and CSF Leak Management 114
 Ramin A Morshed, Young M Lee, and Dean Chou
Chapter 14 How to Achieve a Successful Fusion with MIS Techniques 118
Chapter 15 Surgical Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to Minimize Invasiveness; General Advice on  How to Handle Fluoroscopy, Blood Loss, and Infection Rates 126
 Eric HElowitz
Chapter 16 PerioperativeManagement; ERAS 132
Damian Brusko, Karthik Madhavan,and Michael Y Wang
Chapter 17 Key Elements to Safely Transition from Inpatient to Outpatient Spine Surgery 136
Chapter 18 Posterior Cervical Foraminotomy/Discectomy 141
Luca Papavero
Chapter 19 Unilateral Tubular Over-the-TopCervical Laminectomy for Cervical Stenosis 149
Robert Nicholas Hernandez, Sergio Soriano-Solis, and José-Antonio Soriano-Sánchez
Chapter 20 Posterior Cervical Facet Cages DTRAX 157
Melissa Meyer, John B Ferraro, and Rahul V Shah
Chapter 21 MIS Endoscopic Approachesfor OC–C1–C2 Pathology 163
Rafael Uribe, Sertac Kirnaz, and Theodore H Schwartz
Chapter 22 Posterior Muscle Sparing Approachesfor Decompression, Laminoplasty, and Laminectomy 171
Lionel NMetz, Martin H
Chapter 23 Minimally Invasive C1/C2 Fusion 182
Marcus Richter
Chapter 24 Cervical Three-DimensionalNavigation to Facilitate Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 191
Kalani, Iain H
Chapter 25 Thoracic Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty 197
Justin Schwarz, Srikanth Boddu, Ibrahim Hussain, Alejandro Santillan, and Athos Patsalides
Chapter 26 Thoracic Discectomy: Posterior Transpedicular Tubular Approach 203
Witiw, Brian T
Chapter 27 Lateral Retropleural Thoracic Discectomy and Corpectomy 207
Xu, Jakub Godzik
Chapter 28 Mini-OpenPedicle Subtraction Osteotomy for DeformityCorrection 214
Cory Hartman,Jakub Godzik, Esteban Quiceno, and Juan S Uribe
Chapter 29 Posterior Paramedian Endoscopic Thoracic Discectomy 220
Raj Nangunoori, Diana H Jho, David H Jho, and Hae-Dong Jho
Chapter 30 Transpedicular Corpectomy and Fusion for Metastatic Tumor or Infection 226
Young M Lee, Ramin A Morshed, and Dean Chou
Chapter 31 Techniques to Decreasethe Invasiveness of Thoracic DeformityCorrection 231
Brenton Pennicooke, Robert Nicholas Hernandez, and Michael S Virk
Chapter 32 Unilateral Lumbar Approach for Over-the-TopBilateral Decompression 238
Franziska C Heider, Andreas Korge, and H Michael Mayer
Chapter 33 Far-Lateral Lumbar Discectomies 245
Eric H Elowitz
Chapter 34 Percutaneous Full-Endoscopic Interlaminar Approach for Lumbar Pathologies: Disc
Herniation and Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Javier Quillo-Olveraand Jin-Sung Luke Kim
Chapter 35 Transforaminal Approach for Endoscopic Decompression 262
Ralf Wagner
Chapter 36 Endoscopic Interlaminar Lumbar Laminectomy 273
Christoph Hofstetter
Chapter 37 LLIF T12/L1-L2 279
Cristiano Magalhães Menezes and Érica GodinhoMenezes
Chapter 38 LLIF L2/3/4/5 286
Frank M Phillips and SravishtIyer
Chapter 39 Translumbar Surgery Comparison: Four Surgeonsand Regions 293
 Luiz Pimenta, Khai Lam†, Massimo Balsano, and Masato Tanaka
Chapter 40 Minimally Invasive Oblique Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion 308
Chapter 41 Maximum Access Surgery Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion 314
 Joel Martin, Laura Hein, Pavan S Upadhyayula, Vincent Cheung, and William Taylor
Chapter 42 MIS-TLIF with Total Navigation and Expandable Interbody Cages 322
 Rodrigo Navarro-Ramirez, Sertac Kirnaz, and Roger Härtl
Chapter 43 MIS-TLIF Comparison: Four Surgeonsand Regions 331
Chapter 44 Percutaneous Pedicle Screw Fixation and MISS SI Joint Fusion 343
 Greg Anderson
Chapter 45 Intradural ExtramedullaryTumors 350
 Hani Malone, Richard G Fessler, and John E O’Toole
Chapter 46 Three-DimensionalNavigation in Lumbar Spine to Facilitate Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 356
 Jang W Yoon, Gaetano De Biase, and Eric W Nottmeier
Chapter 47 Strategies to Minimize Invasiveness and OptimizeSuccess: OC Fusion 360
 Bernhard Meyer and Sandro M Krieg
Chapter 48 Strategies to Minimize Invasiveness and OptimizeSuccess: Cervical Front/Back  Surgery for Deformity Correction 367
 Lee A Tan and K Daniel Riew
Chapter 49 MIS Cervical Pedicle Screws—Percutaneous-Assisted Technique 373
 Marcus Richter and Philipp Hartung
Chapter 50 Treatmentof Degenerative Lumbar Scoliosis with Minimally Invasive MultilevelLLIF in
 Combination with Lateral ALIF
Chapter 51 Strategies to Minimize Invasiveness and OptimizeSuccess: T10-Pelvis 395
Chapter 52 Lifestyle Medicine:Optimizing Recovery FollowingMIS of the Spine 403
Jaspal Ricky Singh and Kyle F Worell
Chapter 53 Three-DimensionalNavigation in MISS 410
Bernhard Meyer and Yu-Mi Ryang
Part V Teaching and Training/Future 413
Chapter 54 Surgical Training and Simulationin MISS 414
Chapter 55 The Role of Biologics in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery 420
Chapter 56 Summary and Outlook—Future of Lumbar Minimally Invasive Surgery 423
Joel Martin, Laura Hein, Vincent Cheung, and William Taylor
Chapter 57 AchievingMISS on a Global Level 427
Roger Härtl, Franziska Anna Schmidt, Taylor Wong, and Sertac Kirnaz
Index 430

 

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