Cervical spinal stenosis is a medical condition caused by the narrowing of the spinal canal, possibly leading to the compression of the spinal cord or other nerve roots [1]. Surgical options include an anterior approach involving decompression and fusion or a posterior approach involving laminectomy and fusion or laminoplasty. Laminoplasty, considered an alternative to laminectomy, is a procedure intended to relieve pressure on the spinal cord while maintaining the stabilizing effects of the posterior elements of the vertebrae.

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