Eur Spine J (2017) 26 (Suppl 5):S562–S564 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-017-5383-1 OPEN OPERATING THEATRE (OOT) Minimal‑invasive revision of adjacent level disease after MIS deformity surgery 1 1 1 Nils Hansen‑Algenstaedt · Melanie Liem · SalahAddeen O. Khalifah · 1 1 Johannes Holz · Alf Giese © Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature 2017 Keywords Minimal invasive spine surgery · MIS · reconstruction. Postoperatively the patient was presented in Percutaneous pedicle screw replacement · Pedicle our hospital again with persistent L5 radiculopathy and pro- subtraction osteotomy · Sagittal balance · Minimal invasive gressive low back pain. Imaging and clinical findings sug- revision surgery · Kyphoscoliosis · Posterior spinal fusion · gested instability of the adjacent segment below the instru- Minimal invasive osteotomy · Minimal invasive TLIF mentation and a loss of sagittal balance. Learning objectives General information How to perform a minimal-invasive revision of a formerly Over the last decade spinal procedures have improved pro- minimal invasive instrumentation and PSO of kyphoscoliotic viding increased safety and effectiveness with decreased deformity. complications and improved functional outcome. One such procedure may be minimal invasive spondylodesis as an alternative to open approaches [1, 2]. The benefit of mini- Case description mal invasive techniques in spinal surgery is the reduction of muscle trauma, blood loss and length of hospital stay [2, 3]. Here
European Spine Journal – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 14, 2017
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