D J Jeszenszky

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Degenerative spondylolisthesis (DS) is a common condition of the aging spine, but the underlying pathomechanisms remain controversial. Most previous studies focused on the role of facet-joint alignment and reported a pronounced sagittal orientation. This, however, may also be a secondary feature to the slippage. This study analyzed several radiologic(More)
The study investigates lower lumbar segments with posterior vertebral shifts (retrolisthesis) with respect to the orientation of facet joints, disc height, lordosis of the lumbar spine, and orientation of vertebral endplates. Standing lumbar radiographs as well as CT and/or MRI investigations of 69 patients were analyzed. Data from patients with(More)
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