How can we optimize anterior iliac crest bone harvesting? An anatomical and radiological study

@article{Ropars2013HowCW,
  title={How can we optimize anterior iliac crest bone harvesting? An anatomical and radiological study},
  author={Micka{\"e}l Ropars and Alexandre Zadem and Xavier Morandi and Rajiv Kaila and Rapha{\"e}l Guillin and Denis Huten},
  journal={European Spine Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={1150-1155}
}
Anterior iliac crest bone is a widely used donor site for bone harvesting. It provides an autologous bone graft consisting of cancellous bone that can be packed or cortical bone with greater structural support. Uses include spinal fusion and fracture non-union surgery. Although its use is common, dedicated anatomical and radiological studies analysing graft dimensions and optimal harvesting site in relation to local anatomical landmarks [anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS), anterior iliac… CONTINUE READING
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