Spinal shape changes resulting from scoliotic spine surgical instrumentation expressed as intervertebral rotations and centers of rotation.

@article{Petit2004SpinalSC,
  title={Spinal shape changes resulting from scoliotic spine surgical instrumentation expressed as intervertebral rotations and centers of rotation.},
  author={Yvan Petit and Carl-Eric Aubin and Hubert Labelle},
  journal={Journal of biomechanics},
  year={2004},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          173-80
        }
}
  • Yvan Petit, Carl-Eric Aubin, Hubert Labelle
  • Published in Journal of biomechanics 2004
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • This paper reports the changes in spinal shape resulting from scoliotic spine surgical instrumentation expressed as intervertebral rotations and centers of rotation. The objective is to test the hypothesis that the type of spinal instrumentation system (Cotrel-Dubousset versus Colorado) does not influence these motion parameters. Intervertebral rotations and centers of rotation of the scoliotic spines were computed from the pre- and post-operative radiographs of 82 patients undergoing spinal… CONTINUE READING

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