Dysphagia rates after minimally invasive tubular approach to the anterior cervical spine

Dysphagia rates after minimally invasive tubular approach to the anterior cervical spine

Abstract

Introduction: Cervical spine surgery (anterior cervical spine surgery [ACSS]) is a commonly indicated to provide neurological decompression, correct deformity, and preserve stability. Current series report good to excellent results, but a number of patients suffer from dysphagia with reported rates as high as 80%.

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