Expert's comment concerning Grand Rounds case entitled "Surgical challenges in the management of cervical kyphotic deformity in patients with severe osteoporosis: an illustrative case of a patient with Hajdu-Cheney syndrome" (T. A. Mattei, A. A. Rehman, A. Issawi, D. R. Fassett)

Papavero, Luca
December 2015
European Spine Journal;Dec2015, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p2754
Academic Journal
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A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Surgical challenges in the management of cervical kyphotic deformity in patients with severe osteoporosis: an illustrative case of a patient with Hadju-Cheney syndrome" by T. A. Mattei and colleagues.


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