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Technique of Transoral Odontoidectomy

  • P.J. Apostolides
  • A.G. Vishteh
  • R.M. Galler
  • V.K.H. Sonntag

Keywords

Cervical Spine Odontoid Process Transoral Approach Craniocervical Junction Lumbar Drain 
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  • P.J. Apostolides
  • A.G. Vishteh
  • R.M. Galler
  • V.K.H. Sonntag

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