Revision Surgery in Late Spine Instability, Including Sacral Stabilization

  • Jean-Pierre C. Farcy
Conference paper
Part of the Contemporary Perspectives in Neurosurgery book series (COPENEU)

Abstract

Introducing the concept of spine stability offers the challenge to deal with two mechanical requirements that seem to be opposed: rigidity and plasticity.

Keywords

Lymphoma Immobilization Degenerative Joint Disease Hull Myeloma 

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