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Neurochirurgie. 2016 Jun ;62(3):157-64
[Management of spinal metastasis by minimal invasive surgery technique : Surgical principles, indications : A literature review].
Toquart A, Graillon T, Mansouri N, Adetchessi T, Blondel B, Fuentes S.

Spinal metastasis are getting more frequent. This raises the question of pain and neurological complications, which worsen the functional and survival prognosis of this oncological population patients. The surgical treatment must be the most complete as possible : to decompress and stabilize without delaying the management of the oncological disease. Minimal invasive surgery techniques are by definition, less harmful on musculocutaneous plan than opened ones, with a comparable efficiency demonstrated in degenerative and traumatic surgery. So they seem to be applicable and appropriate to this patient population.

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