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Abstract

The controversy continues between advocates of conservative treatment of spinal fractures complicated by cord lesions and proponents of surgical intervention. It began more active in the 1930s [4]–[7], [43]–[46]. Neurosurgeons and traumatologists brought up on the textbooks of Böhler and Watson Jones, in an effort to improve the outlook of patients with spinal cord injuries, search for ways to restore physiological conditions in the spinal canal. Despite the opposite view represented by Guttmann, Bedbrock and others, a majority of surgical and traumatologic centers submit these patients to surgery with the aim of restoring the spinal canal and decompressing the spinal cord.

Keywords

Spinal Cord Spinal Cord Injury Spinal Canal Upright Position Spinal Injury 
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