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Pedicle screw insertion methods: an replace and assessment of the literature.

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Pedicle screw insertion methods: an replace and assessment of the literature.

Musculoskelet Surg. 2016 Dec;100(three):165-169

Authors: Perna F, Borghi R, Pilla F, Stefanini N, Mazzotti A, Chehrassan M

Pedicle screw assemble have grow to be one of the practiced process in spinal surgical procedure. Regardless of generally used, questions stay about their security particularly for the thoracic backbone and in deformity the place issue in positioning can result in pedicle breach and adjoining constructions harm. Misplacement charges have been reported to be from 5 to 41% within the lumbar backbone and from three to 55% within the thoracic backbone. Therefore, numerous procedures have been described in an effort to enhance pedicle screw insertion accuracy. Intention of this examine is to judge present ideas on pedicle screws placement methods to raised perceive current perspective and make clear some doubts when deciding on essentially the most correct technique.

PMID: 27866324 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

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