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Figure 2: In cases of severe internal disc disruption, advanced pelvic retroversion, and conjoined root anomaly, the root exits the spinal canal with 90° angle just over the discus intervertebralis. Discectomy and interbody fusion are nearly impossible

Figure 2: In cases of severe internal disc disruption, advanced pelvic retroversion, and conjoined root anomaly, the root exits the spinal canal with 90° angle just over the discus intervertebralis. Discectomy and interbody fusion are nearly impossible