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Anatomy of the human spinal cord arachnoid cisterns: applications for spinal cord surgery.

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Summary of "Anatomy of the human spinal cord arachnoid cisterns: applications for spinal cord surgery."

The goal in this study was to describe the overall organization of the spinal arachnoid mater and spinal subarachnoid space (SSAS) as well as its relationship with surrounding structures, in order to highlight spinal cord arachnoid cisterns.

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Name: Journal of neurosurgery. Spine
ISSN: 1547-5646
Pages: 1-8

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