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Abstract

Clinical experience in spine alloplasty has long standing traditions at the Konstancin Center of Rehabilitation. The regeneration process of a fractured spine, in accordance with the principle adopted at Konstancin, called dynamic stabilization, carried into effect under the slogan: ‘Do not fix the vertebrae, stabilize them by means of flexible mechanical elements’ has produced good results in 150 cases.

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Spinal Cord Injury Dynamic Stabilization Spinal Deformity Fracture Spine Spinal Cord Injury Patient 
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