By Carlo Bellabarba, Frank Kandziora, Luiz Roberto Gomes Vialle
sixth quantity within the AOSpine Masters sequence presents professional information on
making a correct prognosis and class of accidents to the
thoracolumbar region of the backbone. Chapters contain: Radiographic
Assessment of Thoracolumbar Fractures, Posterior and Anterior MIS in TL
Fractures, and Thoracolumbar Fracture Fixation within the Osteoporotic
- Each bankruptcy presents historic
literature in addition to a synthesized research of present literature and
proposes an evidence-based remedy plan
- Editors are foreign experts on thoracolumbar backbone trauma
- Expert tips and pearls integrated in each chapter
AOSpine Masters sequence, a copublication of Thieme and AOSpine, a
Clinical department of the AO starting place, addresses present clinical
issues wherein overseas masters of backbone proportion their services and
recommendations on a specific subject. The target of the sequence is to
contribute to an evolving, dynamic version of an evidence-based medicine
approach to backbone care.
All backbone surgeons and orthopaedic
surgeons, in addition to citizens and fellows in those components, will find
this ebook to be a good reference that they are going to seek advice usually in
their remedy of sufferers with thoracolumbar backbone injuries.
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The authors observed that there was a significant relation between MRI interpretation and operative findings, better than clinical or radiographic assessment. Oner c Fig. 15a–c (a) Sagittal and (b) coronal CT shows a flexion distraction type of injury evident by interspinous widening (arrow). (c) Sagittal MRI shows a PLC tear with posterior epidural hematoma (arrow). Radiographic Assessment of Thoracolumbar Fractures a b c Fig. 16a–c (a) Sagittal and (b) coronal CT shows compression type of injury at the L2, L3 levels.
They are encountered more frequently in the cervical spine. The exact role of disk injury 25 26 Chapter 2 c a b d Fig. 17a–d Posttraumatic disk injury. (a) Sagittal T2 image shows a T12-L1 disk herniation. (b) Sagittal fat-suppressed T2 images show bright signal changes within the disk, spinous processes, and interspinous ligaments. (c,d) CT reveals fractures in the left transverse process with subtle lateral translation. Findings are suggestive of injury-related herniation probably due to rotational mechanisms.
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AOSpine Masters Series, Volume 6: Thoracolumbar Spine Trauma by Carlo Bellabarba, Frank Kandziora, Luiz Roberto Gomes Vialle