Vincenzo Scalzo

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The literature reports that traumatic spondylolisthesis of L5 is an uncommon lesion. The authors report their experience of three cases of this particular fracture-dislocation of the lumbosacral spine. They stress the importance of certain radiographic signs in the diagnosis: namely, the presence of unilateral multiple fracture of the transverse lumbar(More)
Many degenerative phenomena frequently result into kyphotic lumbar and thoracic deformities or cause their progression combined with deformities on the frontal plane of the spine. In these patients, the progression of the sagittal imbalance may lead to a series of disabling functional and painful consequences. The analysis of the spinopelvic parameters(More)
Using classes of sequentially pseudocontinuous functions, recently introduced by the authors, the aim of the paper is to investigate Tikhonov and parametric well-posedness for optimization problems when the objective functions are not necessarily sequentially lower semicontinuous. Sequential pseudocontinuity is a property more general than sequential(More)
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