Wolfgang Rauschning, MD
Research Professor, Clinical and Applied Anatomy and Pathology
Uppsala University Hospital
Uppsala

About Wolfgang Rauschning, MD

At the Uppsala University, Dr. Rauschning is a University Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery and a Research Professor in Clinical and Applied Anatomy and Pathology. His Medical and Doctorate Degree are from Christian Albrecht University of Kiel, Germany. His second Doctorate Degree is from Uppsala University where he developed the Uppsala Cryoplaning Technique.

Professor Rauschning’s unique slide collection details the normal anatomy of the spine, surgical approaches and a wide variety of pathological conditions such as degenerative changes, traumatic lesions, metastases, as well as surgical safeguards and complications, the functional anatomy and kinematics of the spinal joints and ligaments were also studied for physiotherapists and other manual therapy specialties.

The selection of the slides is based on the textbook chapters form “The Adult Spine” and “Lumbosacral and Spinopelvic Fixation”.  The slide set “Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash” includes a monograph comprising a comprehensive review, over 500 references and five color–illustrated journal articles (experimental studies on radiographically “hidden” soft tissue injuries, several posterior plating systems and clinical outcome studies in 50 whiplash patients and patients who had anterior or posterior plating).

Employing the Uppsala Cryoplaning Technique, functionally positioned and in–situ frozen, specimens were cryomicrotome–sectioned and photographed at submillimeter intervals, bringing up the undistorted anatomy of the spinal tissues in their natural colors and in exquisite clarity and detail.

LASERANATOMY Inc. distributes sets of carefully selected slides that are reproduced directly from the originals with special optics on high–resolution film.

To order slides, fax an inquiry to Laser Anatomy in Sweden:
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Articles Written by Wolfgang Rauschning, MD

Lumbosacral and Spinopelvic Anatomy and Pathology - Sacroliliac Joint

Lumbosacral and Spinopelvic Anatomy and Pathology. View the axial section through the sacroiliac (SI) joints of a 29-year old female.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Craniocervical

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash. View the gross disruption at the craniocervical junction.

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology - Partial Collapse of the L1 Vertebra

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the partial collapse of the L1 Vertebra due to a superior endplate failure.

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology - Degenerated L3 L4 Disc

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the axial section thorugh a severely degenerated L3-L4 disc.

Cervical Anatomy and Pathology - Atlas

Axial section of the atlas

Cervical Anatomy and Pathology - Degenerated Cervical Spine

Severely degenerated lower cervical spine.

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology - Midlumbar Vertebra

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the pathological fracture of a midlumbar vertebra.

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology - Upper Sacrum (Young Female)

Thoracolumbar Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the sagittal section through the pedicles of the same specimen as in the normal lower lumbar spine and upper sacrum of a young female.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - C5 C6 Herniation

Cervical Spine Injuries,Fracture and Whiplash. View the large disc herniation at C5-C6.

Lumbosacral and Spinopelvic Anatomy and Pathology - Spinal Canal, Foramina, L5-S1 Disc

Lumbosacral and Spinopelvic Anatomy and Pathology. View the axial section through the spinal canal and foramina of the L5-S1 disc.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Multiple Facet Joint Ruptures and Fractures

Cervical Spine Injures, Fractures and Whiplash. View the multiple facet joint ruptures of the transverse processes from C4 to C6.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Multiple Disc Ruptures at C5-C6

Cervical Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the coronal section through a serverely degenerated lower cervical spine of a 70-year old female.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Occipital Condyle Fracture

Cervical Spine Injuries,Fractures and Whiplash. View the Occipital condyle fracture.

Cervical Spine Injuries, Fractures and Whiplash - Disc Protrusions

Cervical Spine Anatomy and Pathology. View the coronal section through a serverely degenerated lower cervical spine of a 70-year old female.

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