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“Dynamic fusion” in lumbar spine degenerative disorders Mid-term results

“Dynamic fusion” in lumbar spine degenerative disorders Mid-term results Dynamic fusion Focus ORIGINAL ARTICLE “Dynamic fusion” in lumbar spine degenerative disorders Mid-term results P. Wendsche Spinal Unit of the Trauma Hospital (Úrazová nemocnice), Department of Traumatology, Masar yk University Brno, Czech Republic, Ponávka 6, CZ 66250 Brno, Czech Republic - Tel/Fax +420 545538276 - E-mail: p.wendsche@unbr.cz INTRODUCTION in degenerative lumbar spine disorders using the Isolock® device, Dynamic stabilization for lumbar degenerative disorders has and later with Isobar® and Aladyn® devices as well. become very popular in the last few years. One of the basic The following medical course of a female patient with lumbar disc concepts of the pedicle-screw based system is the reduction of pathology influenced our perspective: the stiffness of the implants to allow load sharing between the Case 1: In 2000 a 49-year-old female underwent surgery for L5 disc instrumentation system and the functional spine (movement) unit in degeneration. In this period we were included in an international order to prevent an adjacent segment syndrome, bone lysis around multicenter study using PROSPACE®-PLIF implants to achieve anterior the screws, and/or an upper facet impingement syndrome. The fusion. Our technique in this study was to apply the implant as a stand- basic biomechanical requirements for this philosophy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ArgoSpine News & Journal Springer Journals

“Dynamic fusion” in lumbar spine degenerative disorders Mid-term results

ArgoSpine News & Journal , Volume 22 (2) – Sep 1, 2010

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2010 by ARGOS and Springer-Verlag France
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Orthopedics; Surgical Orthopedics; Diagnostic Radiology
ISSN
1957-7729
eISSN
1957-7737
DOI
10.1007/s12240-010-0015-1
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Abstract

Dynamic fusion Focus ORIGINAL ARTICLE “Dynamic fusion” in lumbar spine degenerative disorders Mid-term results P. Wendsche Spinal Unit of the Trauma Hospital (Úrazová nemocnice), Department of Traumatology, Masar yk University Brno, Czech Republic, Ponávka 6, CZ 66250 Brno, Czech Republic - Tel/Fax +420 545538276 - E-mail: p.wendsche@unbr.cz INTRODUCTION in degenerative lumbar spine disorders using the Isolock® device, Dynamic stabilization for lumbar degenerative disorders has and later with Isobar® and Aladyn® devices as well. become very popular in the last few years. One of the basic The following medical course of a female patient with lumbar disc concepts of the pedicle-screw based system is the reduction of pathology influenced our perspective: the stiffness of the implants to allow load sharing between the Case 1: In 2000 a 49-year-old female underwent surgery for L5 disc instrumentation system and the functional spine (movement) unit in degeneration. In this period we were included in an international order to prevent an adjacent segment syndrome, bone lysis around multicenter study using PROSPACE®-PLIF implants to achieve anterior the screws, and/or an upper facet impingement syndrome. The fusion. Our technique in this study was to apply the implant as a stand- basic biomechanical requirements for this philosophy

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ArgoSpine News & JournalSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 1, 2010

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