Three-dimensional navigation is more accurate than two-dimensional navigation or conventional fluoroscopy for percutaneous sacroiliac screw fixation in the dysmorphic sacrum: a randomized multicenter study.

@article{Matityahu2014ThreedimensionalNI,
  title={Three-dimensional navigation is more accurate than two-dimensional navigation or conventional fluoroscopy for percutaneous sacroiliac screw fixation in the dysmorphic sacrum: a randomized multicenter study.},
  author={Amir Matityahu and David M Kahler and Christian Krettek and U. St{\"o}ckle and Paul Alfred Grutzner and Peter Messmer and Jan Ljungqvist and Florian Gebhard},
  journal={Journal of orthopaedic trauma},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 12},
  pages={
          707-10
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the accuracy of computer-assisted sacral screw fixation compared with conventional techniques in the dysmorphic versus normal sacrum. DESIGN Review of a previous study database. SETTING Database of a multinational study with 9 participating trauma centers. PATIENTS The reviewed group included 130 patients, 72 from the navigated group and 58 from the conventional group. Of these, 109 were in the nondysmorphic group and 21 in the dysmorphic group. INTERVENTION… CONTINUE READING
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