Hybrid Instrumentation in Lumbar Spinal Fusion

@inproceedings{Obid2017HybridII,
  title={Hybrid Instrumentation in Lumbar Spinal Fusion},
  author={Peter Obid and Reza Danyali and Rebecca A. Kueny and Gerd Huber and Michael Reichl and Alexander Richter and Thomas Niemeyer and Michael M. Morlock and Klaus P{\"u}schel and H{\"u}seyin {\"U}beyli},
  booktitle={Global spine journal},
  year={2017}
}
STUDY DESIGN Ex vivo human cadaveric study. OBJECTIVE The development or progression of adjacent segment disease (ASD) after spine stabilization and fusion is a major problem in spine surgery. Apart from optimal balancing of the sagittal profile, dynamic instrumentation is often suggested to prevent or impede ASD. Hybrid instrumentation is used to gain stabilization while allowing motion to avoid hypermobility in the adjacent segment. In this biomechanical study, the effects of two different… CONTINUE READING

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