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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 1977;6(1): 241-246.
Osteoplastic Laminotomy for Spinal Canal Surgery in Chilhood.
Yong Ho Ko, Yoon Sun Hahn, Young Soo Kim, Hun Jae Lee
Department of Neurosurgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
Multiple level laminectomies are a destructive procedure complicating kyphosis, anterior subluxation and instability of the spine in children. The surgical procedure of multiple level osteoplastic laminotomies was proposed as an alternative by Raimondi et al in 1976. The goal is preservation of the normal architecture of the spine in patients who are still developing. We have experienced a case of multiple level laminotomies(T4-T11) for removal of epidural neuroblastoma in a 3-month old baby. The technical points of surgical procedure were discussed.
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