R Christopher Glattes

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STUDY DESIGN This in vitro human cadaveric study tested the loss of thoracic motion segment flexion stiffness after sequential posterior upper instrumented vertebra anchor placement techniques and posterior column destabilization. OBJECTIVE This study was designed to determine the possible destabilizing effects of upper thoracic instrumentation anchor(More)
The development of validated health-related quality-of-life instruments that are generic (Short Form-36) or disease-specific (Scoliosis Research Society [SRS]-22) allows physicians and researchers to measure the qualitative impact of spinal deformity and its treatment on their patients quantitatively. Although some further research may be needed in the area(More)
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