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Anterior osteotomy and percutaneous in situ contouring for correction of rigid posttraumatic T12–L1 malunion

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Charles, Y.P., Schuller, S., Walter, A. et al. Anterior osteotomy and percutaneous in situ contouring for correction of rigid posttraumatic T12–L1 malunion. Eur Spine J 20, 2288–2290 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00586-011-2079-9

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Keywords

  • Thoracolumbar malunion
  • Posttraumatic deformity correction
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Anterior osteotomy
  • Strut graft
  • Percutaneous instrumentation
  • In situ contouring technique