Changes in cervical range of motion and sagittal alignment in early and late phases after total disc replacement: radiographic follow-up exceeding 2 years.

By London Spine

Changes in cervical range of motion and sagittal alignment in early and late phases after total disc replacement: radiographic follow-up exceeding 2 years.

J Neurosurg Spine. 2009 Dec;11(6):688-95

Authors: Ahn PG, Kim KN, Moon SW, Kim KS

This was a retrospective clinical study in which the follow-up period exceeded 2 years. The authors investigated the time course of radiographic changes in the cervical range of motion (ROM) and sagittal alignment after cervical total disc replacement involving the ProDisc-C artificial disc.

PMID: 19951021 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]