Spinal Arachnoid Web - a distinct entity of focal arachnopathy with favorable long-term outcome after surgical resection. Analysis of a multicenter patient population
Stefanos Voglis, Alexander Romagna, Menno R Germans, Isaac Carreno, Martin N. Stienen, Anna Henzi Md, Katrin Frauenknecht, Elisabeth Rushing, Granit Molliqaj, Kayee Tung, Enrico Tessitore, Howard J Ginsberg & David Bellut
The present study comprises the largest series of surgically treated SAW, underscoring the unique clinical, radiographic, histopathological and surgical findings. We want to emphasize SAW being a distinct entity of spinal arachnopathy with a favorable long-term outcome if diagnosed correctly and treated surgically. Intraoperative ultrasound aids visualizing the SAW before dural incision, as well as verifying restored CSF flow after resection.
|citation||Voglis S, Romagna A, Germans M R, Carreno I, Stienen M N, Md A H, Frauenknecht K, Rushing E, Molliqaj G, Tung K, Tessitore E, Ginsberg H J, Bellut D. Spinal Arachnoid Web - a distinct entity of focal arachnopathy with favorable long-term outcome after surgical resection. Analysis of a multicenter patient population. Spine J 2021;.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||24-06-2021|
|journal title||Spine J|