[Posterior screw fixation for craniocervical junction instability].

Abstract

INTRODUCTION The craniocervical junction (C0-C2) is anatomically and biomechanically the most complex spinal region. It is frequently engaged by different pathologies of tumoral, traumatic or inflammatory origin, leading to spinal instability. We are presenting our experience with the posterior screw fixation for the treatment of the craniocervical junction… (More)

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