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The in vitro multidirectional flexibility analysis was conducted to investigate the initial biomechanical effect of biomimetic artificial intervertebral disc replacement from either anterior or posterior approach in a cadaveric lumbosacral spine model. Two designs of anterior total and posterior...
The aim of the present study was to assess the long-term clinical, functional, and radiographic outcome of direct repair of spondylolysis using cerclage wire fixation according to Scott in young patients with symptomatic spondylolysis or low-grade isthmic spondylolisthesis as compared to the...
Nerve root decompression with instrumented fusion is currently most commonly performed in the treatment of patients with spondylolytic spondylolisthesis. The relationship between successful fusion and clinical outcome remains controversial, thereby questioning the necessity of fusion. Nerve root...
Randomized comparative study of the efficacy of nerve root infiltration (NRI) guided by neurostimulator to find the value of nerve stimulators in nerve root infiltration was undertaken. The response to nerve root infiltration using local anaesthetics and steroid is unpredictable, partly because...
Introduction : We did not find any in vivo study of spinal segment kinematics after disc replacement, especially over the long term. In vitro studies did show that it restores almost normal kinematics except for axial rotation. The goal of this study is to develop a new technique in order to...
Arthrodesis using interbody cages has demonstrated high fusion rates. However, permanent cages are exposed to stress-shielding, corrosion, and may require explanation when necessary. Polylactic acid (PLA) bioresorbable cages are developed for avoiding these problems, but significant tissue...
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