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Some experience in treating 144 patients with tuberculous spondylitis is presented. The cervical, thoracic, and lumbar parts of the spine were affected in 12, 83, and 49 patients, respectively. Medical and surgical treatment was performed in 82 (57%) and 62 (43%) patients, respectively. The medical treatment included the use of antituberculous drugs,(More)
The use of osseous grafts in the treatment of tuberculous spondylitis is associated with substantial shortcomings, requiring a long-term bedside regimen, followed by fixation of the spine with a rigid corset. The application of ceramic implants allowed one to attack several tasks: to provide primary stabilization of the vertebral segment, to exclude corset(More)
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