Influence of the Type of Sagittal Profile on Clinical Results of Lumbar Total Disk Replacement After a Mean Follow-Up of 39 Months.

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STUDY DESIGN Retrospective analysis of clinical and radiologic data of a prospective cohort study. OBJECTIVE To research the clinical differences after lumbar total disk replacement (TDR) with respect to the preoperative global and the adaptation at the local sagittal profile (SP) of the spine. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA It was suggested that facet… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/BSD.0b013e31827f434e

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@article{Strube2016InfluenceOT, title={Influence of the Type of Sagittal Profile on Clinical Results of Lumbar Total Disk Replacement After a Mean Follow-Up of 39 Months.}, author={Patrick Strube and Eike Karl Hoff and Carsten Perka and Christian Gross and Michael Putzier}, journal={Clinical spine surgery}, year={2016}, volume={29 7}, pages={291-9} }