Ultrasound of the Spine

  • L. Garel
  • D. Pariente


Although we have gathered little experience in this area, our first attempts at sonography of the spinal canal have been so rewarding that we wish to comment briefly on this new field of US.


Spinal Canal Spina Bifida Postoperative Patient Normal Anatomy Anatomical Relationship 
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  • L. Garel
  • D. Pariente

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