7 edition of Spinal Reconstruction found in the catalog.
February 12, 2007
by Informa Healthcare
Written in English
|Contributions||Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski (Editor), Michael J. Yaszemski (Editor), Iain Kalfas (Editor), Paul Park (Editor), Robert F. McLain (Editor), Debra J. Trantolo (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
Complex global interactions are increasingly being recognized to occur among the sagittal curves of the entire spine and pelvis. Several studies have reported changes in cervical alignment after thoracolumbar reconstruction surgery 1,; however, no reports have investigated how cervical reconstruction surgery affects global spinal. Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski is the author of Spinal Reconstruction ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (0.
Spinal Reconstruction and Revision Spine Surgery. Spinal reconstructive surgery can be quite complex, with various benefits and risks. Spinal reconstruction involves addressing issues such as spinal stenosis and scarring that have resulted from prior surgery or expected “aging of the spine” which cannot be reasonably or safely addressed through a small incision anymore; abnormal curvature. spinal stability, especially in severely unstable injuries. As an alternative, circumferential reconstruction, long constructs (at least 2 levels above and 2 levels below the unstable segment), and screw insertion at the fracture level may provide a stronger and stiffer construction. For spinal trauma specifically, many studies have provided.
Dr. Eichenseer has advanced training in adult spinal deformity, scoliosis, kyphosis, revision spinal surgery, complex spinal reconstruction, minimally invasive decompression and fusion, and treatment of spinal fractures. He is a graduate of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. Dr. With more than figures and photographs, this book: Details current strategies in minimally invasive spine surgery as currently applied to the lumbar spine; Covers the myriad of patient factors, orthobiologic grafting alternatives, and technique-driven mechanical options encountered in spinal care and reconstruction.
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With more than figures and photographs, this book: Details current strategies in minimally invasive spine surgery as currently applied to the lumbar spine; Covers the myriad of patient factors, orthobiologic grafting alternatives, and technique-driven mechanical options encountered in spinal care and reconstruction/5(2).
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Thank you for your : In sum, this book provides updated () information on the dynamic reconstruction of the spine. This is an area where innovations are quite frequent, so it Spinal Reconstruction book imperative that the practicing or aspiring spine surgeon get the latest knowledge and stay current for a successful IA.
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Spinal reconstruction surgery may be necessary for patients who have a deformity or misalignment that affects a Spinal Reconstruction book portion of the spine. The procedure involves more than one level of the spine and corrects significant spinal deformities, stabilizes the newly shaped spine with rods and pins, and fuses the vertebrae together.
Park’s clinical focus is varied and includes minimally invasive surgery as well as complex spinal reconstruction for deformity, oncology, and trauma. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Park is an active investigator in laboratory and clinical research including involvement in many multi-center clinical trials studying spinal cord.
Most people stay in the hospital for 4 to 6 days after spinal reconstructive surgery. The amount of time you need to stay in the hospital depends on the amount of reconstruction and how well you are healing.
Your care team will treat your pain with oral pain medications or intravenous injections. Or, you may have a patient-controlled pain.
Reconstruction following these extirpative surgeries requires obliteration of dead space and provision of healthy tissue for the cutaneous defect.
Further complicating reconstructive efforts, previous spinal surgery and radiation can affect nearby vessels rendering this. Spinal Reconstruction: Clinical Examples of Applied Basic Science, Biomechanics and Engineering - Kindle edition by Kai-Uwe Lewandrowski, Michael J.
Yaszemski, Iain Kalfas, Paul Park, Robert F. McLain, Debra J. Trantolo. Professional & Technical Kindle eBooks @. The benefits of performing complex spinal reconstruction surgery in this way are much shorter procedure times and better clinical outcomes due to the more precise placing of the artificial devices.
These devices also help to straighten the spine and keep the vertebrae stable during the recovery period. Dynamic Reconstruction of the Spine is an essential reference on the current techniques and equipment for dynamic stabilization of the ng both anterior and posterior approaches to dynamic stabilization, the book presents a complete overview of the state-of-the-art technologies in spinal arthroplasty and instrumentation for dynamic : Thieme.
Complex Spine Reconstruction | Danica's Story. After a fall, 9-year-old Danica was left with metal rods, which had been implanted years before to stabilize her spine and had broken in the accident, floating dangerously close to her brain stem.
Evidence suggests a direct correlation between the quality of postoperative orthopaedic rehabilitation and the effectiveness of the surgery.
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In such spinal deformity patients, the spine is curved from side to side, rotated and/or curved forward too much. There are many ways to reconstruct a curved spine.
The type of surgery for spinal reconstruction depends on the degree of the curve, where the curve is located within the spine, patient age, patient general health and other factors.
SPINAL SURGERY REHABILITATION PROTOCOL LUMBAR SPINE When developing a postoperative Physical therapy plan, pathoanatomic abnormalities, surgical procedure, and patient’s psycho-physical state should be considered.
However, here are some general rehabilitation guidelines with regards to activity and patient education. With more than figures and photographs, this book: Details current strategies in minimally invasive spine surgery as currently applied to the lumbar spine Covers the myriad of patient factors, orthobiologic grafting alternatives, and technique-driven mechanical options encountered in spinal care and reconstruction Identifies new surgical.
This paper proposes a novel method for fast 3D reconstructions of the scoliotic spine from two planar radiographs. The method uses a statistical model of the shape of the spine for computing the 3D reconstruction that best matches the user input (about 7 control points per radiograph).
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