Roy Maroteaux Kremp syndrome
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- European Spine Journal
Transpedicular screw fixation has been accepted worldwide since Harrington et al. first placed pedicle screws through the isthmus… (More)
To determine the relative strengths of 2 different forms of revision spinal… (More)
An anatomic and computed tomography (CT) study of the Roy-Camille and the Magerl techniques with quantitative… (More)
There is ambiguity concerning the nomenclature and classification of fractures of the ring of the second cervical vertebra (C2… (More)
Analysis of the anatomic relation of the Magerl, Anderson, and An screws to the spinal nerve.
In this cadaveric study, the outcomes of two techniques for pedicle screw placement in the thoracic spine were… (More)
Investigation of the mean safe lateral-mass screw lengths in the Roy-Camille and Magerl screw techniques in… (More)
The specific objective of this investigation was to assess and compare the relative performance of four types of pedicular… (More)
The increased popularity of pedicle fixation prompted research to address two issues: the reliability and validity of… (More)
In this study, the authors evaluated the stiffness of motion segments in intact spines in two spine fracture models, and with… (More)