Pedicle Screw Placement Using Simulator

Video Author: P. Pat Banerjee
Created on: 08.31.2011
Associated with: Neurosurgery. 69():ons14-ons19, September 2011

This video provides a visual highlight of the pedicle screw insertion simulation.

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