Percutaneous vertebroplasty is a therapeutic, interventional radiologic procedure originally developed in France by Galibert, Deramond et al. (1987). The technique consists of the percutaneous puncture of the affected vertebral body, followed by injection of bone cement into a vertebral body for the relief of pain, and the strengthening of the bone. The… (More)
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