Sebastian Quirbach

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Introduction A chronic cartilage defect will lead to early degeneration and osteoarthritis of the joint. 1 Surgical cartilage repair techniques aim to provide a permanent filling of the defect in order to stabilize the adjacent cartilage and prevent further degeneration. Bone marrow–stimulating techniques (abrasion , drilling, microfracture), autologous(More)
Over the last decades, spinal fusion has become one of the most important principles in surgical treatment of spinal pathologies. Despite the undoubted benefits of fusion surgery, there are several drawbacks associated with this technique, including adjacent segment degeneration and pseudoarthrosis. Based on biomechanical data, dynamic stabilization of the(More)
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