Minimally invasive laminotomy preserves a higher spine stability with respect to conventional laminotomy in the treatment of spinal stenosis

Fabio Galbusera, Francesco Costa, Alessandro Ortolina, Claudia Ottardi, David Volkheimer, Tito Bassani, Tomaso Villa & Hans-Joachim Wilke
Objectives: The treatment of lumbar stenosis is based on the relief of pressure on the pinched nerve roots by means of surgical decompression, often resulting in a destabilization of the spine which may progress in a spinal deformity. Despite the extent of the decompression has been identified as a [for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]
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