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Neurosurgical Training With a Novel Cervical Spine Simulator


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A cervical laminectomy and foraminotomy simulator setup is shown, along with its ease of use, and safe practice of posterior cervical techniques using the high-speed drill.

This video is supplemental content to an article titled “Neurosurgical Training With a Novel Cervical Spine Simulator: Posterior Foraminotomy and Laminectomy,” featured in Simulation in Neurosurgery: Possibilities and Practicalities. The full article can be read here It was submitted by corresponding author James Harrop, MD, from the Department of Neurosurgery at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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