Turkish Neurosurgery
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Initial Discectomy Associated with Aging Leading to Adjacent Disc Disease and Recurrence Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Prediction of Lumbar Disc Herniation Patients' Satisfaction with the Aid of an Artificial Neural Network Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Demographical Aspects of Central Large Lumbar Disc Herniation Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Lumbar Microdiscectomy Under Spinal and General Anesthesia: A Comparative Study Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor The Relation of Matrix Metalloproteinase 1, 2, 3 Expressions with Clinical and Radiological Findings in Primary and Recurrent Lumbar Disc Herniations Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Transforaminal Approach in Lumbar Disc Herniations: TransForaminal MicroDiscectomy (TFMD) Technique Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor A Wandering Intravascular Scalpel Fragment After Lumbar Discectomy: A Case Report Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Further Modified Taylor Retractor for Spinal Surgery Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Efficacy and Safety of Surgery for Lumbar Disc Herniation in Patients Aged 80 and Older Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Low Back Pain and Sciatica Related with the Premenstrual Period in Patients with Lumbar Disc Herniation Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Total Disc Replacement in the Treatment of Lumbar Discogenic Pain with Disc Herniation: A Prospective Clinical Study Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Lumbar Radiculopathy Due to Unilateral Facet Hypertrophy Following Lumbar Disc Hernia Operation: A Case Report Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Intraradural Herniation of Intervertebral Disc at the Level of Lumbar 1-Lumbar 2 Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor One Year Outcome After Surgery for Lumbar Disc Herniation: A Comparison of Reoperated and not Reoperated Patients Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME CAUSED BY POSTERIOR EPIDURAL MIGRATION OF AN EXTRUDED LUMBAR DISC FRAGMENT Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Editor LUMBAR SPINAL SUBDURAL HEMATOMA AS A COMPLICATION OF LUMBAR DISCECTOMY (CASE REPORT) Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Editor EFFEETS OF PEREUTANEOUS INTRADISEAL LASER NUELEOTOMY IN A CADAVERIE SHEEP MODEL Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Editor MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING OF FORAMINAL AND EXTRAFORAMINAL LUMBAR DISC HERNIATIONS Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Editor Do the Spinal Pathologies that Accompany Lumbar Disc Disease Affect Surgical Prognosis? Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Editor Ependymoma of Filum Terminale Mimicking Lumbar Disc Herniation Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Dural Tear: A Feared Complication of Lumbar Discectomy Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Posterior Epidural Migration of a Sequestered Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Fragment Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Low Back Pain and Internet: Infopollution Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Feasibility of Interlaminar Lumbar Discectomy through Percutaneous Transforaminal Endoscopy and Blunt Perforation of the Ligamentum Flavum Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Percutaneous Endoscopic Interlaminar Discectomy for L5-S1 Adolescent Lumbar Disc Herniation Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Comparison of the Effect of Single Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections for the Treatment of L4-5 and L5-S1 Paramedian Disc Herniation Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor Effect of Preoperative Uric Acid Level and Neutrophil / Lymphocyte Ratio on Preoperative and Postoperative Visual Analogue Pain Scores in Patients with Lumbar Disc Herniation: A Cross-Sectional Study Abstract PDF Similar Articles Mail to Author Mail to Editor