Staged Reduction and Fusion with External Fixateur and Combined Approach for Spondyloptosis

  • A. Wild
  • M. P. Grevitt
  • J. K. Webb

Abstract

There are several studies published recommending an in situ fusion with a lower risk of neurological complication, shorter OR time and decreased blood loss compared to fusion with reduction.

Keywords

Crest Dick Spondylolisthesis 

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  • A. Wild
  • M. P. Grevitt
  • J. K. Webb

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