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EUROSPINE 2015 COPENHAGEN

Progr. No. P100

Intraoperative NeuroMonitoring (IONM) may not predict all postoperative neurological adverse events in adult deformity surgery. A Scoli-RISK-1 Trial subanalysis

Category 6. Whole Spine: New Techniques, Imaging, Patient Safety, Infection, Complications
Author Ferran Pellisé
co authors Montse Domingo-Sàbat, Dulce Moncho, Kimia Rahnama, Michael Fehlings, Lawrence G Lenke, Christopher I Shaffrey, Branko kopjar, Kenneth Cheung, L Carreon, F Schwab, O Boachie-Adjei, K Kebaish, C Ames, Y Qiu, Y Matsuyama, B Dahl, H Mehdian, S Lewis, S Berven
Institution Spine Unit, Hospital Valle Hebron, Vall Hebron Institut de Recerca; University of Toronto; Washington University School of Medicine; University of Virginia Health System, University of Washington; The University of Hong Kong; Norton Leatherman Spine Center, NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases, Hospital for Special Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, University of California San Francisco; NanJing University Medical School, Hamamatsu University School of Medicine; Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet; Center for Spinal Studies and Surgery, University Health Network, University of California-San Francisco, USA
 
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