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Re-stooping after Corrective Osteotomy in Patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis

Park JS, Kang BJ, Kim TH, Ahn HS, Park YS

  • KMID: 2538180
  • Clin Orthop Surg.
  • 2023 Feb;15(1):101-108.
  • doi: ios22075
Background: Corrective osteotomy is an effective surgery for correcting posture in patients with ankylosing spondylitis (AS). Despite satisfactory correction, some patients experience re-stooping during follow-up. However, there have been no...
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Clinical Significance of Redundant Nerve Roots of the Cauda Equina in Spine MRI

Kim JS, Lee IS, Song YS, Nam KH, Kim DH, Hong SB

Purpose This study aimed to evaluate the association of redundant nerve roots of the cauda equina (RNRCEs) with the degree and duration of symptoms in patients with lumbar spinal canal stenosis. Materials...
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Freehand Juxtapedicular Screws Placed in the Apical Concavity of Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis Patients: Technique, Computed Tomography Confirmation, and Radiographic Results

Schupper AJ, Lin JD, Osorio JA, Lee NJ, Steinberger JM, Lombardi JM, Lehman RA, Lenke LG

Objective: The purpose of this study is to highlight our technique for freehand placement of juxtapedicular screws along with intraoperative computed tomography (CT) and radiographic results. Methods: Consecutive patients with adult...
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Full Endoscopic Ligamentum Flavum Sparing Unilateral Laminotomy for Bilateral Recess Decompression: Surgical Technique and Clinical Results

Kwon WK, Kelly KA, McAvoy M, Sivakanthan S, Ogunlade J, Yap NKY, Durfy S, Hofstetter CP

Objective: Interlaminar endoscopic spine surgery has been introduced and utilized for lumbar lateral recess decompression. We modified this technique and utilized it for bilateral lateral recess stenoses without significant central...
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Spinal Metastases and the Evolving Role of Molecular Targeted Therapy, Chemotherapy, and Immunotherapy

Fomchenko EI, Bayley JC, Alvarez-Breckenridge C, Rhines LD, Tatsui CE

Metastatic involvement of the spine is a common complication of systemic cancer progression. Surgery and external beam radiotherapy are palliative treatment modalities aiming to preserve neurological function, control pain and...
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Cervical Inclination Angle: Normative Values in an Adult Multiethnic Asymptomatic Population

Huec JCL, Sardar ZM, Quarto E, Cerpa M, Kelly MP, Hasegawa K, Dennis Hey HW, Wong HK, Riahi H, Lenke LG, Bourret S, MEANS study group

Objective: The role of the craniocervical complex in spinal sagittal alignment has rarely been analyzed but it may play a fundamental role in postoperative mechanical complications. The aim of the...
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Defining Cervical Sagittal Plane Deformity – When Are Sagittal Realignment Procedures Necessary in Patients Presenting Primarily With Radiculopathy or Myelopathy?

Nemani VM, Louie PK, Drolet CE, Rhee JM

Objective: It remains unclear whether cervical sagittal deformity (CSD) should be defined by radiographic parameters alone versus both clinical and radiographic factors, and whether radiographic malalignment by itself warrants a...
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Classification(s) of Cervical Deformity

Kaidi AC, Kim HJ

Cervical spine deformities (CSD) are complex surgical issues with currently heterogenous management strategies. The classification of CSD is still an evolving field. Rudimentary classification schemas were initially proposed in the...
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Reciprocal Changes Following Cervical Realignment Surgery

Lee JK, Hyun SJ, Yang SH, Kim KJ

Over the last few decades, the importance of the sagittal plane and its contour has gained significant recognition. Through full-body stereoradiography, the understanding of compensatory mechanisms, and the concept of...
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Spinal Intraosseous Hibernoma in Spine

Kwon YU, Park DH, Lee SJ, Park HY

Although hibernomas are commonly found in soft tissues, spinal intraosseous hibernomas are extremely rare and 13 cases have been published from 2008 to 2019. While checking for metastatic lesions in...
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Characteristics of the L1 Slope in the Thoracolumbar Sagittal Parameters of Degenerative Spondylosis

Lim SA, Shim SW, Baek SN, Park TG, Choi YS

Purpose: To identify the characteristics of the L1 slope in the thoracolumbar sagittal parameters of degenerative spondylosis through comparison with healthy young people. Materials and Methods: Thirty-six patients who had chronic...
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Recent Updates on Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery: Techniques, Technologies, and Indications

Choi JY, Park SM, Kim HJ, Yeom JS

A number of minimally invasive spine surgeries (MISSs) have been developed to address the drawbacks of open spine surgery. Their advantages include small skin incisions, reduction in tissue damage, quick...
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Management of Osteoporotic Vertebral Fracture: Review Update 2022

Jang HD, Kim EH, Lee JC, Choi SW, Kim HS, Cha JS, Shin BJ

A vertebral fracture is the most common type of osteoporotic fracture. Osteoporotic vertebral fractures (OVFs) cause a variety of morbidities and deaths. There are currently few “gold standard treatments” outlined...
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Lumbar Spinal Steroid Injections and Infection Risk after Spinal Surgery: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Patel HA, Cheppalli NS, Bhandarkar AW, Patel V, Singla A

Lumbar spinal steroid injections (LSSI) are universally used as preferred diagnostic or therapeutic treatment options before major spinal surgeries. Some recent studies have reported higher risks of surgical-site infection (SSI)...
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Comparison of Inflammatory Markers Changes in Patients Who Used Postoperative Prophylactic Antibiotics within 24 Hours after Spine Surgery and 5 Days after Spine Surgery

Youn G, Choi MK, Kim SB

Objective : C-reactive protein (CRP) level, erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), and white blood cell (WBC) count are inflammatory markers used to evaluate postoperative infections. Although these markers are non-specific, understanding...
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Comparison of Whole Spine Sagittal Alignment in Patients with Spinal Disease between EOS Imaging System versus Conventional Whole Spine X-ray

Jang HJ, Park JY, Kuh SU, Ha Y, Chin DK, Kim KS, Cho YE, Kim KH

Purpose: The biplanar whole body imaging system (EOS) is a new tool for measuring the whole body sagittal alignment in a limited space. This tool may affect the sagittal balance...
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Risk Factors for Reduction of Facet Joint Dislocation by Preoperative Traction in Distractive-Flexion Injury of the Lower Cervical Spine

Kim TH, Kim MW, Song WB, Ko JH, Song KJ

Purpose: The treatment strategy of Distractive-Flexion Injury (DFI) depends on the preoperative reduction, and anterior surgery is usually sufficient for closely reduced DFI. In contrast, reduction-failed injuries should be reduced...
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Progression of Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament After Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion in Military Patients Exposed to Minor Trauma

Koo J, Hwang S, Yoon SH, Shin HJ, Cho BK

Objective Ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament (OPLL) can progress even after cervical spine surgery and may cause neurological injury as a result of minor trauma. The purpose of this study...
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Epidural Blood Patch on Cerebrospinal Fluid Leakage Caused by Iatrogenic Dural Injury After Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion

Kim GH, Cho TG

A 65-year-old woman who underwent transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion at L4-5 for very severe spinal stenosis combined with a hard disc and instability presented with a headache on postoperative day...
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Single-Stage Posterior Approach for the En Bloc Resection and Spinal Reconstruction of T4 Pancoast Tumors Invading the Spine

Wang Z, Truong VT, Liberman M, Al-Shakfa F, Yuh SJ, Soder SA, Wu J, Sunna T, Renaud-Charest , Boubez G, Shedid D

Study Design: Retrospective cohort study. Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the outcomes of patients who had T4 Pancoast tumors invading the spine and underwent en bloc resection and spinal stabilization...
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