Prepsoas indirect lateral lumbar interbody fusion in deformity surgical procedure.
Ann Transl Med. 2018 Mar;6(6):108
Authors: Miller C, Gulati P, Bandlish D, Chou D, Mummaneni PV
Interbody fusions are routinely utilized in deformity surgical procedure to realize each coronal and sagittal correction and attain elevated fusion charges. Minimally invasive interbody methods, together with the prepsoas strategy, are being utilized to lower tissue disruption, blood loss, and affected person morbidity with comparable outcomes in comparison with conventional surgical procedure. The prepsoas indirect lateral interbody fusion, accesses the backbone between the iliac arteries or aorta and psoas muscle, and permits for publicity of the lumbar backbone whereas avoiding some issues generally seen with a direct lateral strategy. Navigation can help the surgeon for surgical planning, guaranteeing acceptable placement of the interbody graft, and with placement of posterior pedicle screws. In accurately chosen sufferers, these minimally invasive procedures can obtain glorious deformity correction and outcomes.
PMID: 29707557 [PubMed]