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The effectiveness of prophylactic foraminotomy in preventing C5 palsy paralysis: a meta- analysis
Background: With the development of medical science, surgical treatment of cervical spondylosis has increasingly achieved positive results. However, postoperative complications have also gradually increased, cervical 5 (C5) nerve root paralysis syndrome is one of the more serious complications. Different theories have been formulated regarding what causes this after posterior cervical surgery and studies have been conducted to test these theories, but no consensus has been reached. Methods: Wedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-1548200/v1 fatcat:zufr5tg2e5h4zgxyn6mrxmeeum