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Spinal Cord Compression

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  • A calcified central sequestrated disc is the only condition that may be mistaken for the segmental and retrodiscal forms of OPLL In a clinical setting of compressive myelopathy, it is pertinent to distinguish between these two conditions since a sequestrated disc has a more favourable surgical prognosis [7].


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