Percutaneous Radiofrequency Cervical Cordotomy: Technique

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    Mullan, S., , Harper, P. V., , Hekmatpanah, J., , Torres, H., and & Dobbin, G. Percutaneous interruption of spinal-pain tracts by means of a strontium needle. J. Neurosurg., 1963, 20:931939.Mullan, S., Harper, P. V., Hekmatpanah, J., Torres, H., and Dobbin, G. Percutaneous interruption of spinal-pain tracts by means of a strontium needle. J. Neurosurg., 1963, 20:931–939.

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