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  • Sylvestre Pl, Villemure I, Aubin Ce, Ecole
  • 2006
Introduction: Longitudinal growth of vertebrae occurs in the growth plates, which are composed of three zones (reserve (R), proliferative (P) and hypertrophic (H)) [1,2]. Growth plates are sensitive to their mechanical environment [3,4]; mechanical growth modulation has key implications in infant and juvenile progressive musculoskeletal deformities, such as(More)
Proximal junctional kyphosis (PJK) is a complication related to spinal instrumentation. Defined as a pathological kyphosis of levels above the upper instrumented vertebra, PJK is not yet fully understood although many studies have been conducted in this regard. The objective of this study is therefore to understand the influence of some biomechanical risk(More)
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