Minimally Invasive Spine Osteosynthesis (MISO) Technique for FracturesSpine: A Case Series 14 Cases

@article{Kornah2016MinimallyIS,
  title={Minimally Invasive Spine Osteosynthesis (MISO) Technique for FracturesSpine: A Case Series 14 Cases},
  author={Bahaa Kornah and Hesham Mohamed Safwat and Mohamed Abdel-AAl},
  journal={Journal of trauma and treatment},
  year={2016},
  volume={2016},
  pages={1-5}
}
Background: The choice of treatment of dorso-lumbar spinal fractures in the absence of neurological deficit depends on the classification and severity of injury. In the conventional open approach with posterior pedicle screw fixation, detachment of the Para spinal muscles may be required. In addition, this open approach may be disadvantaged by prolonged operative time, increased intraoperative bleeding and delayed functional rehabilitation. All these problems appear to encourage orthopedic… 

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