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Professionals delve into the intricacies of lateral spine surgery, particularly focusing on neuromonitoring techniques aimed at preventing neurological injury during surgery.

They examine the progression from traditional lateral approaches to prone positioning, stressing the importance of precise docking and the potential impact of previous surgeries on nerve vulnerability.

The discussion covers the necessity of employing real-time monitoring methods, such as Transabdominal Muscle Action Potential (TMAP), to detect and mitigate risks during the surgical process.

Considerations of anatomy and the effects of patient positioning on nerve safety are also discussed.

The experts share personal experiences and case studies to illustrate the challenges in enhancing patient safety and surgical outcomes.

The conversation concludes with a consensus on the need for further research and data collection to refine neuromonitoring approaches and improve surgical techniques.

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My training at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, a leading orthopedic hospital, created a strong desire to educate my patients regarding their neck and back condition, as I believe a well-informed patient can better participate during a joint decision-making process. I am focused on maximizing the overall patient experience and streamlining high-quality spine care for my patients.

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