Posterior stabilization at the cervicothoracic junction: a biomechanical study.

@article{Kreshak2002PosteriorSA,
  title={Posterior stabilization at the cervicothoracic junction: a biomechanical study.},
  author={Jennifer L Kreshak and Daniel H. Kim and Derek P. Lindsey and Andrew C Kam and Manohar M. Panjabi and Scott A. Yerby},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2002},
  volume={27 24},
  pages={2763-70}
}
STUDY DESIGN This study biomechanically evaluated three fixation devices for stability with posterior two- and three-column injuries. OBJECTIVES To find an effective means of posteriorly stabilizing injuries at the cervicothoracic junction. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA The cervicothoracic spine is complex anatomically and has been a difficult challenge in approach and stabilization of traumatic and degenerative disorders. METHODS Twenty-one human cadaveric spines (C3-T3) were loaded in… CONTINUE READING

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