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By Florian Ringel MD, Jimmy Villard MD, Yu-Mi Ryang MD, Bernhard Meyer MD (auth.), Johannes Schramm (eds.)
This quantity of Advances and Technical criteria in Neurosurgery is dedicated fullyyt to the backbone. Like different volumes within the sequence, it offers vital contemporary development within the box and provides unique descriptions of normal methods to help younger neurosurgeons. one of the advances thought of are techniques to spinal navigation, together with intraoperative imaging dependent navigation, and ideas of spinal robotics. the price of sagittal stability as a parameter for the neurosurgeon is tested, and a singular surgical method of longitudinal pathologies in the spinal canal is gifted. advancements in surgical procedure for kyphosis also are mentioned, with a spotlight on pedicle subtraction osteotomy. The technical criteria part seriously stories the most recent proof relating to cervical disc arthroplasty and pedicle-based non-fusion stabilization units. The booklet concludes via discussing the therapy of craniovertebral junction instability due to juvenile continual arthritis.
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2. The sacral slope (SS), defined as the angle between the superior plate of S1 and a horizontal line. A vertical sacrum is described by a low value, a horizontal sacrum by a high value. 3. Pelvic tilt (PT), defined as the angle between the line connecting the midpoint of the sacral plate to the femoral heads axis and the vertical. 4. The overhang of S1 with regard to the femoral heads commonly also called the sacrofemoral distance (SFD) defined as the distance between the bicoxofemoral axis and the projection to this level of the midpoint of the sacral plate.
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Advances and Technical Standards in Neurosurgery: Volume 41 by Florian Ringel MD, Jimmy Villard MD, Yu-Mi Ryang MD, Bernhard Meyer MD (auth.), Johannes Schramm (eds.)