[[spinal_cord_compression]]

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 There is no universal agreed understanding of an unstable spine. A scoring system known as the Spine Instability Neoplastic Score (or SINS) is often employed, although this has not formally been validated in any studies. Where the score is greater than 6, it is appropriate to consider a surgical opinion. ​ There is no universal agreed understanding of an unstable spine. A scoring system known as the Spine Instability Neoplastic Score (or SINS) is often employed, although this has not formally been validated in any studies. Where the score is greater than 6, it is appropriate to consider a surgical opinion. ​
  
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 Current techniques for surgery include resection of any tumour in the epidural space with reconstruction with methylmethacrylate and spinal stabilization with screw an rod fixation. Current techniques for surgery include resection of any tumour in the epidural space with reconstruction with methylmethacrylate and spinal stabilization with screw an rod fixation.
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