Relevant Principles in the Management of Spinal Disorders in Achondroplasia
The purpose of this brief presentation is to draw attention to several relevant principles which are fundamental in the understanding of the symptom complex associated with achondroplasia. These principles are even more important to grasp if safe surgical management of the patient is to be carried out.
KeywordsVertebral Body Spinal Canal Spinal Stenosis Spinal Disorder Lateral Recess
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