Dysphagia Following Anterior Cervical Spinal Surgery: A Systematic Reviewadmin7846
Cho SK et al. – Dysphagia is a common complication of anterior surgery of the cervical spine. The incidence of post–operative dysphagia may be as high as 71% within the first two weeks after surgery, but gradually decreases during the following months. Authors performed a systematic review to assess the incidence, aetiology, risk factors, methods of assessment and management of dysphagia following anterior cervical spinal surgery.
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