Computed Axial Tomography-Guided Fixation of Sacroiliac Joint Disruption: Safety, Outcomes, and Results at 3-Year Follow-Up

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Secondary to the progress in interventional imaging, new therapeutic options have been developed that decrease potential complications because they are minimally invasive and they decrease patient rehabilitation time. As a diagnostic modality, computed axial tomography (CAT) allows precise evaluation of the degree of sacroiliac reduction that must be… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00270-009-9618-3

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@article{Amoretti2009ComputedAT, title={Computed Axial Tomography-Guided Fixation of Sacroiliac Joint Disruption: Safety, Outcomes, and Results at 3-Year Follow-Up}, author={Nicolas Amoretti and Istvan Hovorka and Pierre Yves Marcy and Olivier Hauger and Marie-eve Amoretti and Virginie Lesbats and Philippe Brunner and Yvonne Maratos and Susan Stedman and Pascal Boileau}, journal={CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology}, year={2009}, volume={32}, pages={1227-1234} }