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The preop subtotal score of the SRS-22 is a good predictor of the clinical response to surgery.
Relevant parameters of sagittal imbalance have been identified and correlated with clinical outcomes. Methods for calculation of surgical correction of imbalance have been proposed, but not validated in patients with mid-term follow-up.
The L5 burst fractures are rare and mostly due to axial compression. Cauda and/or nerve root injuries are absolute indications for surgery. If an anterior approach is technically difficult, laminectomy can allow for decompression, and it can be easily combined with transpedicular screw fixation....
We conclude that the C1–2 SRF with construct–compression structural bone grafting can be used for C1–2 fusion with relatively simple performance and less time-consuming in selected cases.
Extreme lateral interbody fusion is a safe and effective technique for anterior interbody fusion.
MRI with STIR sequences appears to be useful in addressing the duration of conservative treatment in AARD.
Growth is a succession of acceleration and deceleration phases and a perfect knowledge of normal growth parameters is mandatory to understand the pathologic modifications induced on a growing spine by an early onset spinal deformity. The challenges associated with the growing spine for the...
Since genetic mechanisms could play a role in human OPLL, the age-related enlargement of the nucleus pulposus in the twy / twy mouse may primarily occur as a result of overproduction of mucopolysaccharide matrix material induced by certain genetic abnormalities.
Use of an ETC for spinal reconstruction in patients with spinal tumors is safe, decreases pain associated with pathologic fracture, protects neurologic function, and is durable. We found a very low incidence of cage-related construct failures and no significant problems with subsidence.
The NPAD–DLV and NDI–DLV are valid measures of self-reported neck-pain related disability.
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